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Canyon Lake Sponsored by
Date 03-Aug-18
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Conditions : CANYON LAKE Water stained; 88–92 degrees; 5.77’ low. Black bass are fair on Pop R’s, crankbaits, and Flukes upriver along shorelines in 4–8 feet at daylight. Striped bass are fair drifting live bait and trolling Gizz 4 and Shad Rap crankbaits. White bass are slow. Smallmouth bass are good on root beer grubs and craws, chartreuse plastic Crickets, and watermelon red tubes on ball jigheads along ledges in 6–20 feet. Crappie are good on Curb’s crappie jigs and live minnows upriver over submerged brush piles.

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About: - The Canyon Lake: is dominated by steep rocky banks, isolated flooded timber, and clear water typical of a highland reservoir. The water becomes stained as one moves up the reservoir and into the Guadalupe River. In most of the lake rock ledges, rock piles, steep drop-offs, flooded timber, and a few marinas provide cover for game fish. (more on Canyon Lake)
  • Largemouth bass
  • smallmouth bass
  • Guadalupe bass
  • catfish
  • white bass
  • striped bass

Misc Info: - FISHING REGULATIONS Most fishes are currently regulated under statewide regulations. The one exception is a 12-inch minumum length limit for white bass. The 12-inch minimum length limit is designed to protect female white bass from harvest before they reach sexual maturity.



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