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Lake Livingston Fishing Report- November 2022

Lake Livingston Fishing Report- November 2022

Lake Livingston Fishing Report- November 2022

Normal Lake Level

Current Lake Level

Water Temperature
83˚- 77˚

Release – cfs. 1,250 

Water Clarity – upper river channel clear, mid lake clear,
lower lake clear, upper creeks, mostly clear. 


Get ready for some of the best fishing of the year on Lake Livingston.  Fall fishing on Lake Livingston is great for all species of fish here.  Whether you are chasing Largemouth, Crappie, Blue Cats or Whites November is one of the best fishing months of the year.  

The river channel near Riverside has been low and green providing outstanding White Bass fishing with numerous big Hybrids being caught. Fall Crappie fishing has remained good in the major creeks. Typical fall patterns are now producing fish in all parts of the lake.  These patterns should continue to provide outstanding action in weeks ahead.  Lake Livingston consists of over 90,000 acres of water and 450 miles of shoreline.      


Black Bass  {largemouth} Black Bass fishing has been good with lower water temperatures. Fish up to 4 lbs. being caught on Charlie’s June Bug Gecko fished around logjams in the river. Newton, upper Carolina and Harmon Creeks all producing Black Bass. Several good fish caught in Bethy Creek near the rocks on medium diving crank baits in sexy shad and blue.  

Catfish Good fishing for big Blue Cats on drifted shad mid lake and lower lake regions. Great action now for Blue Cats on trot lines line baited with fresh shad near the old river channel.  Fishing for Blue Cats on jugs has been good in in the bays when the wind is blowing. Harmon Creek is producing Blue Cats early morning fishing under the bird roost.

Crappie Good Crappie now coming out of Bethy, Harmon, Carolina and Bedias Creeks in clear and tea colored water. Also, some good Crappie coming out of lower lake boat houses. Best bait has been live minnows 4-6’ on a slip cork. Lots of short fish being caught now.

White Bass “Early bird gets the worm,” get on the water at first light to get in on top water schooling action. Look for schooling fish in the River channel. Then, concentrations of Whites showing up on mid and lower lake humps where they are being caught in good numbers on Tsunami Zombie Eye Blue Silver Glow jigging slabs off the bottom.  Hybrids over 18” are being caught along with the Whites.

David Scott Cox
Palmetto Guide Service
Charlie’s Worms
Bimini Bay Outfitters
Tsunami Airwave Rods
Red Ninja outdoors
Bethy Creek Resort

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