Canyon Lake Bass Fishing Report February 17, 2002

LARGEMOUTH are good along flats and secondary feeder creeks. Pumpkin/char. tail Disc Lizards (www.bigbitebaits.com), gray/blue flake 4″ SlidingWeight Craw Fish (www.slidingweight.com) and 1/4 oz. Terminator spinnerbaits are all productive. Upriver, work stands of salt cedards along channel edges with a Texas Red Terminator spinnerbait, 4″ junebug Pro Blue (BBB) lizard or crawfish Rat-L-Traps. SMALLMOUTH are good in 6′-15′ of water over gravel bars and points on chartreuse Devil’s Tongues on split shot rigs (www.cremelure.com), 3″ char. Super Tubes and 4″ pumpkin SlidingWeight Craw Fish. WHITES AND STRIPERS very good in upper end. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO BOOK A GUIDED TRIP CONTACT THE MOST EXPERIENCED, RECOMMENDED AND ONLY FULLTIME, LICENSED BASS SPECIALISTS AND ALL SPECIES GUIDES ON CANYON LAKE; JR’S GUIDE SERVICE www.jrguideservice.com. Call (830) 833-5688, or email jimfish@moment.net O r see us at our headquarters: Fisherman’s Corner www.canyonlakefishing.com; (830) 935-2933, FM 306. They have quality tackle, the best selection of professional lures and best prices for live bait of any dealer on the lake.

Water Temp: 56

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