Fishing Report: Alamo Lake largemouth bass in pre-spawn, crappie fishing yet to pick up
Water temperature: 61 degrees
Mark Knapp from Alamo Lake State Park said largemouth bass are trying to pre-spawn, and anglers can throw white crankbaits, spinnerbaits, or flip Senkos.
He said crappie fishing has been poor — some anglers have caught a few on the north side of the lake by the buoy line — and most of them are suspended in 30 feet of water.
He added the lake is “a chocolate milkshake” and full of debris. “Be prepared,” he said, “because you can tear your whole lower unit.”
He said in a few weeks the fishing action should be incredible.
Editor’s note: One angler reported that some largemouth bass are in full spawn (on beds), but beds are hidden due to limited water clarity.