Water clear lower-murky upper; 74 degrees; 912.63′ Largemouth are good early and all day under cloud cover in 5′-9′ using white 7/16 oz. Terminator tungsten spinnerbaits (www.terminatorlures.com) , Cisco Photon crankbaits (www.photonlures.com) along breaklines & over rockpiles, smoke-chart. tail 4″ Slider finesse worms. Texas rigged green-pumpkin Whacky Sticks (www.cremelure.com) and Scoundrel worms on a 3/0 “K” Wacky Hook (www.falconlures.com) produce in pockets and creeks. Smallmouth are good to 2.5 lbs on rockpiles in 5′-25′ using smoke-red Snap Back tubes, pumpkin Sliding Weight Craw Baby crawfish (www.slidingweight.com) smoke and 3″ smoke/pepper curl tail grubs on jigheads. Striped Bass are improving at first light on the surface briefly using white Snap Back jerkbaits rigged on a 5/0 Bait Jerker Hook (www.falconlures.com), 1/2 oz. Rat-L-Traps (www.rat-l-trap.com) and 1/2 oz. silver Pirk Minnows. For area information, accommodations, fishing or to book a guided trip with the most experienced, Fulltime, professional guide service fishing Canyon for 40 years contact JR’s Guide Service (www.jrguideservice.com). Call Jim at: (830) 833-5688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Your most convenient bait and tackle dealer to the upper end and Guadalupe River on the south side of the lake is Canyon Bait House, 15695 Cranes Mill Rd., (830) 899-9747.
Water Temp: 72