Double "R" Guide Service - Falcon Lake Fishing Report
Double "R" Guide Service - Falcon Lake - October 14, 2011.
Once again, we had a nice day weather wise at Falcon Lake. Jigs were the key to catching fish in and around 10' - 16' of water. The majority of these fish are in the trees so you have to pitch right into the tree in order to get a bite. During this trip, the bite was very delicate and could be missed very easily. (If you look at the trees in these pictures, this will show you how I am fishing). Falcon fishing this year has been a little different than in the past, as these fish never really went into their full summer pattern. It's like they went from late spring to their early fall pattern.
The water is continuing to drop as it is around 22' low right now. (As of this guide trip). The days are starting to cool somewhat for South Texas, but the wind is continuing to be rough, so on day's like today, you take advantage and fish areas that typically would be tough to fish on a windy day.
Captain Robert McFarlane
Double "R" Guide Service
"Fishing South Texas"
Home Lake: Falcon Lake
Lake Amistad and Choke Canyon