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Lake Lewisville

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Species

Largemouth Bass16

Season

Spring (Current)
16
47 Fishing Reports
338 Followers

Lake Lewisville Overview

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Top Techniques Reported for Largemouth Bass + Spring

Finesse JigsTexas Rigs (Pitch/Flip)Wacky RigsFootball JigsHard JerkbaitsLipless CrankbaitsMedium Diving Crankbaits (7'-12')Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')SpinnerbaitsStructure Jigs
  1. Finesse Jigs
    2
  2. Texas Rigs (Pitch/Flip)
    2
  3. Wacky Rigs
    2
  4. Football Jigs
    1
  5. Hard Jerkbaits
    1
Total Fishing Reports
47
Top Species Reported for Spring
  1. Largemouth Bass16 Reports
  2. White Bass3 Reports

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Lake Lewisville Fishing Reports

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  • Samuel Climer

    Blue Ambassador

    2/28/23

    • Species

      Largemouth Bass

    • Season

      Spring (Pre-Spawn)

    • Technique

      Vertical Jigging 10-19'

    • Structure

      Pilings

    • Forage

      Shad

    • Water Temperature

      52°

    The water temps are on their way up right now. The fish are still main lake looking for the big balls of shad. I found lots of fish holding on the bridge pilings waiting to ambush the bait. The water temp was around 52 degrees main lake and the bass were not moving around a lot. I landed many bass with this technique with my best 5 going around 15lbs. Water clarity was about .5-1’ of visibility.
  • Tristan White

    Blue Ambassador

    2/28/23

    • Species

      Largemouth Bass

    • Season

      Spring (Pre-Spawn)

    • Technique

      Wacky Rigs

    • Structure

      Rip Rap

    • Forage

      Shad

    • Water Temperature

      55°

    I went out to the lake on 02/28/23 to try and get on some bass with a buddy. It was about 75-80 degrees outside with a steady 8-10 mph south wind during the 4 hours I was out there in the early afternoon. The water temperature on the lake ranged anywhere from 53 to 59 degrees, and the water clarity ranged anywhere from 6 inches of visibility to a foot of visibility. We spent the day targeting rip rap banks with the wind blowing on them, with jigs, wacky rigs, and jerkbaits, and we picked up one bonus 3 pounder flipping flooded brush with a jig in the back of a smaller main lake pocket. The wacky rig and jig accounted for 4 of our best 5, as we were just blindly casting them along the rocks or flipping them into the brush and working them back to the boat. I was also able to pick up a good 4+ pound fish utilizing our livescope and a jerkbait. The fish was suspended under a ball of bait 4 feet down over 9 feet of water, and as soon as I put the jerkbait in front of him he slammed it! Overall it was a slower day with only 6 bites, but they were all the right size as our best 5 ended up going just shy of 16 pounds and featured a 4.47 and a 4.10. I have included a picture of our best 5 bag with the report. The lake is starting to heat up and the fishing is following suit, so be sure and get out there and wet a line! Thank you all for reading my reports and good luck!
  • Tristan White

    Blue Ambassador

    2/9/23

    • Species

      Largemouth Bass

    • Season

      Spring (Pre-Spawn)

    • Technique

      Football Jigs

    • Structure

      Points

    • Forage

      Shad

    • Water Temperature

      49°

    I went out to the lake for about 4 hours or so in the mid afternoon until the sun went down. The water temperatures on the lake ranged from about 49 to 51.5 degrees fahrenheit and the water clarity was about 6 inches to a foot of visibility across the board with a slightly green hue to it. The bite was slow overall as I only got a few bites, but I was able to land some nice bass fishing a PB&J football jig with a "Purple Rain" colored twin tail grub from K.O. Baits (check them out on instagram @k.obaits, some of the best hand poured soft plastics out there!) and a Green Pumpkin Purple Menace Grub from Strike King as the trailer. I slowly dragged the jig off of rock points at the mouths of eventual spawning coves in about 15 - 20 feet of water, as this is the depth I saw the most baitish in while scanning over the points with my graphs. Baitfish being in or near each area was key, as I only got bites in areas that I saw a good amount of bait on the graphs as I graphed them before I fished them. I've attached a photo of the biggest fish from the trip, a solid 3.5 pounder that absolutely smoked the jig. The fishing is tough right now with all of the recent cold weather and rain, but there are still good ones biting, so get out there and get a line in the water! Thanks for reading my reports and tight lines!

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