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Normal Lake Level 131.00
Current Lake Level 132.43
Release 17,000 cfs
Water Temperature 68 – 75′
Water Clarity upper river channel off color, mid lake and lower lake clear, upper creeks clearing.

fishing-report FISHING FORECAST

Great action on Lake Livingston should continue for all species of game fish in weeks ahead. While the lake level has been fluxuating with recent run off don’t miss out on the great spring fishing. Fish are always biting somewhere. Lake Livingston consist of over 90.000 acres of water and 450 miles of shore line.


Black Bass (largemouth) – Mostly post spawn fish now taking white double tandem blade spinner baits inside cuts of major creeks. Fish to five lbs. taken recently in Thomas Lake flipping Charlies swiming jig, black and red under boat houses. Several good fish caught recently in Penwaugh Bay near the marina flipping boat docks with soft plastic. Medium diving crank baits in sexy shad and chartruese blue are taking fish off mid lake rocky points and off points in White Rock and Bethy Creeks.

Catfish – Blue Cats to 5lbs moving into the bulk heads and sand bars where they can be caught early in good numbers on fresh shad fished 2′ down under a cork. Good fishing for big Blue Cats on drifted shad mid lake and lower lake regions. Great action now for Blue Cats on rod and reel baited with shad fished in the river channel. Jug line fishing for blue cats has been good in in the Bays when the wind is blowing.

Crappie – Excellent Crappie now coming out of upper lake creeks in clear water. Look for spawning Crappie on the banks in less tha 4 ‘ of water. Fish jigs and minnows around lay downs.

White Bass – Whites are scattered all over the Lake now and are being caught from Bedias Creek to the Dam. Look for concentrations of Whites showing up on mid and lower lake humps. If the river continues to clear fish for Whites in the cuts and mouths of major creeks.

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