Lake Whitney Weekly Fishing Reports

Our Lake Whitney fishing guides constantly update us with the most current and thorough Lake Whitney fishing reports. See below for fishing reports from recent Lake Whitney fishing trips:

Fishing Guides in Lake Whitney, Week of November 12th:

"Cooler water temps heat up the catfish bite on Lake Whitney. We are catching good numbers on punch bait and big fish on cut shad.." -Captain Cory

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"Lake Whitney Stripers are on a great swim bait bite. We are catching limits most days." -Captain Cory

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Fishing Guides in Lake Whitney, Week of October 15th:

"Stripers are bulking up for the winter. The bite is really good on big shad and perch. We will be transitioning from live bait to jigging spoons and swim baits as the water cool. Lots of big Stripers to be caught in November and December." -Captain Cory

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"Ashton celebrated his 12th birthday with his best friend Denton, mother Amy, and little brother Aubrey Sunday afternoon. His big fish weighed 13 pounds...his personal best." -Captain Cory

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Fishing Guides in Lake Whitney, Week of October 8th:

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Fishing Guides in Lake Whitney, Week of September 24th:

"We are catching Lake Whitney Stripers daily on live gizzard shad in 15-25’ of water on the northern end of the lake. White Bass are schooling early each morning and can be caught using silvers spoons, jigging spoons, or small jugs." -Captain Cory

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Fishing Guides in Lake Whitney, Week of July 30th:

"Striped Bass are schooling in tight groups off lake points about 25 feet deep in 30-40 feet of water. Bait of choice is 4" live shad. White Bass are chasing shad on the surface late morning in coves and shallow flats on the lake. We are casting 1/8 oz silver spoons and reeling them back in as fast as possible; known as smoking the lure." -Captain Charles

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Fishing Guides in Lake Whitney, Week of July 16th:

"Stripers are on fire here on Lake Whitney. 40' of water live shad. White bass are schooling each morning on the McCowan Flats and are easily caught on jigging spoons." -Captain Cory

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