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Lake LBJ Fishing Reports

 

Lake LBJ Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 23)

FAIR. Water slightly stained; 81 degrees; 0.77 low. Black bass are slow on with plastic worms, jigs, and silver spoons. Crappie are slow on minnows around brush piles and docks with minnows or jigs. White bass are fair over main lake points and humps in 20-35’ with slabs and jigging spoons. Catfish are good on punch bait in 15-25’.


Lake LBJ Fishing Reports (1 - 20 of 100)



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Dock Talk -- Set the Hook or Not

A new bass fishing angler asks the age-old question when fishing a plastic worm; should he set the hook immediately when he feels a bump or wait a second before setting the hook. My learning curve in fishing...

Flukes For Bass in Late June

A creative angler is always looking for the edge that will help him or her catch more fish. Take for example the popular Fluke manufactured by Zoom. Fluke baits are long, narrow plastic bass lures with a soft,...

Check the Trash Barrels

After a good day on the lake, your putting everything in the right place, making sure the boat is secure. A part of my end of trip ritual was gathering up all the used or discarded soft plastic worms,...

Tournaments Returning to Texas Lakes With Some Adjustments

The Tournaments are beginning to return to Texas lakes, but with revised dates and "social distancing" instructions. The following information are rules set by Bass Champs (May 16 Lake LBJ) and Outlaw...

Crappie on the Move

According to the fishing reports, crappie fishing is rated good in just about all the lakes in Texas. Terry Sympson at Jackson Hill Marina on Sam Rayburn Reservoir recently reported that 16 year old Kobe Shird...

Local Angler's Blue Catfish Sets a New Record

Nathan Dicken amd his 10-year-old son Braxton are pretty good anglers. Both of them together were out on Marble Falls, April 12, the date Nathan hooked up with the big blue catfish. Lake Marble Falls is part...

50 Top Bass in Sharelunker Program

Spring is tradtionaly the best time of the year to catch a trophy bass in Texas. The following is the top 50 bass caught in Texas and shared with Texas Parks & Wild Life ShareLunker Program.Rank-Water...

Thunder, Lightning and a Nasty Virus

It’s April, and if you are angler, you need to be out fishing, no matter whether your quarry is bass, crappie, catfish, speckled trout, redfish … etc. It’s just good time to go fishing,...

Leap Day Weekend

AUSTIN – If any superstitious anglers are wondering whether the Leap Day weekend is lucky or unlucky for catching the fish of a lifetime, two Texas bass anglers just made the answer very clear. Angler...

Dock Talk

Conversations recently heard from bass anglers…to trailer or not. Not as a boat trailer, but whether to add a something special behind a spinnerbait, jig or swim bait. “I use a trailer about 95...

White Bass Fishing Opportunities - Lake Lyndon B. Johnson

Lake LBJ, is fed by the Llano and Colorado Rivers. Both rivers can be accessed from two fee boat ramps in the city of Kingsland. Riverbend Marine and Storage ramp is accessed via Harris Loop, directly across...

Look for Rivers or Creeks with Moving Water

The annual white bass spawning run has either began or is about to begin on rivers or creeks that feed into popular Texas lakes. With a warm winter like we have had this year, it is possible some fish have...

First Legacy Lunker of the Season

Check out this 14.36 pound lunker, caught by Blake Cockrell at Lake Alan Henry this past weekend. This is the first Legacy Class ShareLunker of 2020. If you catch a 13+ pound bass and loan it to Texas Parks...

Keep the Bite Going

When crappie get a little finicky, give them a little something extra to keep the bite going. Berkley Crappie Nibbles: One of the more popular crappie teaser are the Berkley Crappie Nibbles, in chartreuse,...

Crappie Fishing on Area Lakes

Crappie are being taken on traditional crappie baits … jigs and minnows. On the deeper impoundments the fish have been found suspended in 30 feet of water, about 14-16 feet from the surface. You can...

A Taste for Soft Plastics

It looks like it’s getting that time of the year when jigs, worms (big) are the choice of bass. The lures that caught winning fish at FLW Tournament on Grand Lake in Oklahoma were mostly an assortment of...

Whew ...

When fishing for catfish remember: “The worse it smells, the better.” When I lived in Oklahoma City, a friend and I would have it all set up to leave from work on Friday afternoons, heading to Ft...

Kisselburg & Golman Share LBJ TTZ Victory

Jayson Kisselburg and Dean Golman won the 2019 Texas Tournament Zone Championship on Lake LBJ, Sept. 21-22 with a two day catch total of 41.91 lbs. The duo took home $30,000. The top five teams were:1. Jayson...

Top 10 Bass Baits at the Halfway Point in the FLW 2019 Tour

Sam Rayburn ReservoirRapala DT10, DT14 and DT16 crankbaits were all crucial in Terry Bolton’s first FLW Tour win. To target prespawn bass on the big Texas reservoir, Bolton opted for the demon and...

Eric and Peggy Brigman Capture Texas Bass Couples Tournament

The Southeast Region of Texas Bass Couples wrapped up their regular season this past Saturday on Lake LBJ. Fourteen couples fished a very windy day, each team bringing in fish. Eric and Peggy Brigman came out...


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Lake LBJ Current Weather Alerts

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Lake LBJ Weather Forecast

Thursday

Decreasing Clouds

Hi: 83

Thursday Night

Clear

Lo: 59

Friday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 89

Friday Night

Clear

Lo: 64

Saturday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 90

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 69

Sunday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 92

Sunday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 67


Lake LBJ Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 9/24: 825.28 (+0.28)



Lake LBJ Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 23)

FAIR. Water slightly stained; 81 degrees; 0.77 low. Black bass are slow on with plastic worms, jigs, and silver spoons. Crappie are slow on minnows around brush piles and docks with minnows or jigs. White bass are fair over main lake points and humps in 20-35’ with slabs and jigging spoons. Catfish are good on punch bait in 15-25’.