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Date 17-Sep-17
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Conditions : BROWNWOOD Water stained; 82–86 degrees; 1.74' low. Black bass are good on Shaky Heads with green pumpkin or redbug worms near docks in 4–8 feet, chartreuse/white spinnerbaits in flooded cover in 3–5 feet, and Bass Hogg jigs and flukes around docks in 4–10 feet. White bass are fair on Li'l Fishies off lighted docks at night in 5–15 feet. Crappie are excellent on minnows and white tube jigs over brush piles in 6–15 feet. Channel catfish are good on cheesebait and cut shad. Blue catfish are good on prepared bait in 5–10 feet. Yellow catfish are slow.

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About: - Lake Brownwood has many small coves, bays, and creeks with a variety of habitat. The lake is primarily lined by rocky structure and boat docks. The upper end of the Jim Ned and Pecan Bayou arms have standing timber, black willow trees and buttonbush. Water willow and bulrush are scattered throughout the lake, but water willow is most abundant in Sowell Creek. Those anglers with depth finders should be able to locate numerous humps, ledges, and creek channels. (more on Lake Brownwood)
  • Largemouth bass
  • white crappie
  • hybrid striped bass
  • white bass
  • freshwater drum
  • channel catfish
  • flathead catfish

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