Cold fronts are coming in two or three times a week it seems, keeping the fish constantly moving. The water temperature is changing a degree or two up and down all the time. The water level has been rising and dropping as well, calling for challenging fishing
Fisherman that are staying persistent are catching good numbers of crappie, catfish and bass. Catfish are caught early on the warmer mornings on bulkheads when shad are running. Crappie are still in post-spawned brush piles in 12-24 ‘ of water. Jigs and minnows both work very well. If the wind isn’t up the afternoon, the bite has been pretty good. Large bream are being caught on minnows in Brush piles along with the crappie. There are still some openings for April fishing with WETHOOK GUIDE SERVICE. May fishing is about 50% open so give me a call and I’ll get you on the water. Looking forward to fishing with you!
Captain Carl~ Wethook Guide Service