Damn Good Fishing Guides In Lake Whitney, Texas

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Everything to Know About Booking a fishing trip in Lake Whitney

What are the best fishing trips in Lake Whitney?

Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 9 trips in Lake Whitney, and the most popular trips in the area are Texas Bowfishing Bonanza guided by Seth, Brazos and Paluxy Excursions guided by Ben, and Striper Fishing Lake Whitney guided by Blake.

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Other popular cities nearby for booking a charter include Rockport, Galveston and Texas City.

What types of fishing trips are common in Lake Whitney?

Lake fishing is the most popular in Lake Whitney as well as river fishing.

The most commonly sought after species in Lake Whitney are: 1. striped bass, 2. largemouth bass, 3. smallmouth bass, 4. blue catfish, and 5. carp.

The most common fishing techniques in Lake Whitney are light tackle fishing, artificial lure fishing, and fly fishing but sight casting and kayak fishing are popular as well.

How much does a Lake Whitney fishing trip cost?

in Lake Whitney prices can range anywhere from $200 to $3,000 and up, but the average price for a half day in Lake Whitney is $794. The average price for a full day in Lake Whitney is $1,478.

When is the best time to go fishing in Lake Whitney?

The most popular season for fishing in Lake Whitney is winter, and most anglers book their trips 23 days in advance.

Where can I get a Lake Whitney fishing license and what are the bag limits in Lake Whitney?

See here for more information on fishing licenses in Lake Whitney, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Lake Whitney. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Lake Whitney.

Lake Whitney Fishing Overview

Lake Whitney is one of the most beautiful lakes in Texas, and you will have easy access to top-notch fishing for several species. It may be smaller than other lakes in the state with only 23,500 acres of surface area but the brush piles, bluffs, and rock points make the lake a special palace to catch fish.

White and Striped Bass Fishing in Lake Whitney

The striped bass and white bass fishing is solid, and you can find them in the coolest water they can find. Creek and river inlets or deep channels are a great place to start when looking for these fish. Targeting these fish is fairly easy with traditional tackle and using live bait or artificial lures is popular. Striped bass are especially strong fighters and grow considerably larger than white bass but both are great options for dinner.

Lake Whitney Largemouth Bass Fishing

Largemouth bass have plenty of cover to hide and hunt in Lake Whitney. The brush piles and the rock bluffs create plenty of places to find these fish. There is always a chance that you may hook into a giant with the record largemouth currently just short of 12 lbs. Smallmouth bass also live here but in fewer numbers. These beautiful fish don't grow as big as largemouth but are just as exciting to catch, which sometimes happens by accident. The best bait to target these fish are artificial lures, soft plastics, and live bait, but artificial lures tend to be the most effective.

Lake Whitney Catfish Fishing

One of the most popular freshwater species in the state, catfish have a reputation for being big and delicious. Despite their unique looks, catfish have become a food staple and part of the lake culture. Flathead catfish are less abundant than blue and channel catfish but all of them are fun to catch. The time-tested way to catch these fish is to use smelly bait like cut bait or stink bait, and cast it into deeper water and wait. This is the perfect type of fishing for those who want a laidback approach. With tons of fight, big fish, and plenty of time to talk with your friends, fishing for catfish is a perfect trip for any group.

Lake Whitney Crappie Fishing

Although the crappie fishing in Lake Whitney may not be the most popular choice, it is still a blast when the bite picks up at certain times of the year. These fish may only grow to a few pounds but their aggressive nature packs a punch when they crush your bait. Since crappie are typically targeted with light tackle it’s especially exciting and will put a smile on the face of any angler. Crappie has earned a reputation for its excellent food qualities and is targeted by many anglers specifically for that reason. If you are fishing Lake Whitney, crappie are definitely worth a shot.