Lake Conroe Fishing Report
Black Bass: Cooler water temps have really made bass action much more aggressive. They can be caught either on spinner baits, crank baits or plastic worms fished near boat docks or any type of rock structure. Some are holding along the edges of shore lines that have grass that has been showing up for the past few years.
Crappie: Crappie at this time of year start to head for deeper types of cover. The 1097 Bridge is one of my favorite areas to catch crappie on either minnows or small jigs. Some can also be caught near brush piles in 12’-25’ depths.
White Bass & Hybrid Striped Bass: This is the time of year that these fish start schooling together with the change of the season and can be caught by trolling pet spoons or by bouncing slab spoons near the bottom. They usually will be holding in 20’-30’ depths over main lake humps and points and can be active at any time throughout the day.
Catfish: Catfish action during this time of year can be great with the change of season. Larger cats are much more aggressive. Just bait up areas along the river and creek channel with milo or range cubes and use either chicken liver, shrimp or dip baits and get ready for some great action.