Lake LBJ Bass Fishing Report July 29, 2004

LAKE LBJ: Water stained; 84 degrees; 824.82′: Black Bass are good early in and along grass 4′-8′ deep “deadsticking” plastics like grn/pumpkin Whacky Sticks (www.cremelure.com) , watermelon/red Snap Back creature baits (www.terminatorlures.com) along docks and edges of weeds. During the day, skipping & deadsticking Whacky Sticks (www.cremelure.com) rigged wacky style on a 3/0 “K” Wacky Hook (www.falconlures.com) and tubes on 1/8 oz. jigheads (not Texas rigged) far back under docks will produce those hard to attract bass. “SLOW” is the key word to success right now. ‘When you think you’re fishing slow enough, slow down some more’. Striped Bass are fair at night 5′-18′ deep using 2″ Lit’l Fishie Shads, Terminator In-Line spinners and 1/8 oz. bucktails. White Bass are excellent at night on Lit’l Fishies and white Curb’s crappie jigs. Crappie are very good at night under lights on crappie jigs and live minnows. **Our guided night trips are producing limits of white bass, several crappie and stripers for all anglers on each trip.** To book a guided fishing trip with the only fulltime professional guides fishing LBJ for over 40 years contact JR’s Guide Service (www.jrguideservice.com). Call (830) 833-5688 or email: jimfish@moment.net

Water Temp: 84

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