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Lake LBJ Sponsored by
Date 20-Nov-15
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Conditions : LBJ: Water stained; 73–77 degrees; 0.77’ low. Black bass are good on chartreuse Curb’s buzzbaits, white swim baits, and watermelon Whacky Sticks in 10–20 feet at daylight. Striped bass are good on Li’l Fishies and Creme 2” Spoiler Shads at night. White bass are fair on Li’l Fishies at night. Crappie are fair on white tube jigs and live minnows over brush piles. Channel catfish are good on minnows and shrimp. Yellow and blue catfish are good on trotlines baited with live bait.

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About: - Lake LBJ is located on the Colorado River in Burnet County, near the towns of Marble Falls, Kingsland, and Granite Shoals. The surface area is approximately 6,500 acres and a maximum depth: 90 feet. Lake LBJ contains a moderate density largemouth and Guadalupe bass population. There are a few smallmouth bass in the lower end of the reservoir. The reservoir also has a moderate density white bass population with runs occurring up the Llano River in the spring (February-May). Lake LBJ's white crappie population is the best of any of the Highland Lakes chain. Blue, channel, and flathead catfish are abundant and occur throughout the reservoir. (more on fishing Lake LBJ)
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Catfish
  • Crappie
  • White Bass

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