Spillway tailrace fly fishing... Lake Whitney

 

Here is a report on Lake Whitney that maybe of interest…

hook-line&sinker: Re: Spillway tailrace fly fishing

Lake Whitney is coming down a foot per day and at that rate the Brazos river below the dam will be fishable by mid July if not sooner. The massive amount of water released undoubtedly has carried with it lots of fish namely stripers and whites. Assuming this situation is similar as last year the river will be fishing well with the power generation cycle. Stripers and whites come up to feed when they generate power and the river rises.

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