FISHING ON THE LAKE

Fish Attractors:
The image below shows coordinates of PVC cube fish attractors deployed by Seven Coves Bass Club (a Friends of Reservoirs Chapter), TPWD, and the River Authority. There are several structures at each marked site. Other partners involved with the project include the US Army Corps of Engineers, Texas Black Bass Unlimited (a Friends of Reservoirs affiliate organization), SprayCo of Houston, and the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society. Coordinates are also available in downloadable files.

WetHook Guide Service

Carl Bostick
(936)718-7983

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Texas Guide Service

Tex Bonin
713-252-4290
fishtex@sbcglobal.net

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The Fish Dude’s Guide Service

Richard Tatsch
936-291-1277
admin@fishdudetx.com

5/5 (1)

Phillip’s Guide Service

Phillip James
(281)789-7785
(903)724-8291

5/5 (1)

April Plaza Marina

Billy Mills
936-520-7646

5/5 (1)

Lake Conroe Guide Service

Butch Terpe
936-856-7080

5/5 (1)

PREDOMINANT FISH SPECIES

Largemouth Bass

Largemouth bass grow 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm) during their first year, 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 cm) in two years, 16 inches (40 cm) in three years. They are usually green with dark blotches that form a horizontal stripe along the middle of the fish on either side…
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Channel Catfish

Ictalurus is Greek and punctatus is Latin, meaning “fish cat” and “spotted”, respectively. Channel catfish are easily distinguished from all others, except blue catfish, by their deeply forked tail fin. Unlike flathead catfish, the upper jaw projects beyond the lower jaw
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Striped Bass

The striped bass is the largest member of the sea bass family, often called “temperate” or “true” bass to distinguish it from species such as largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted bass which are actually members of the sunfish family Centrarchidae..
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Bluegill

Lepomis, the generic name, is Greek and means “scaled gill cover”. The species epithet macrochirus is also Greek and means “large hand” which may refer to the body shape or its size. Bluegills may be distinguished from other sunfish by…
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White Bass

Morone is of unknown derivation. The species epithet chrysops is Greek meaning “golden eye.” As with other true basses, the dorsal fin is clearly double, separated into spiny and soft-rayed portions. White bass are silvery shading from dark-gray or…
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