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#12647384 - 02/26/18 09:08 AM Lake Whitney
Pops0598 Offline

Registered: 08/21/03
Posts: 269
Loc: North Texas, USA
I'm taking my son and dad to Whitney this weekend for a little R&R. I'm sure the recent rains will make things tough. Any tips/suggestions on where to start would be appreciated (we're thinking starting off on north end of lake). Also, can anyone suggest a nice protected north end ramp (forecasted winds out of south 10-20 mph) with decent lodging?

Thanks in advance

#12647402 - 02/26/18 09:18 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
Jake Blood Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 04/06/08
Posts: 501
Loc: Fort Worth
I just fished this past weekend and the rain did not make that much of a difference. Anyway, read the post I made titled 'Lake worth fishing report", though I know you are not going to Lake Worth, I bet the pattern would work the same on most lakes this time of year.

Edited by Jake Blood (02/26/18 09:18 AM)

#12647453 - 02/26/18 09:57 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
coachallentca Online   content
TFF Team Angler

Registered: 11/19/08
Posts: 4426
Loc: crowley
they just had a open tournament and 21 lbs won it. Fishing must have been good..

#12648704 - 02/26/18 09:47 PM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
Pops0598 Offline

Registered: 08/21/03
Posts: 269
Loc: North Texas, USA

#12649236 - 02/27/18 09:51 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
fishinfool649 Offline

Registered: 01/03/08
Posts: 118
Loc: West,Texas
Fish should be moving up...caught a lot of buck bass shallow in pockets

#12649257 - 02/27/18 10:02 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
stinkbait69 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 02/26/18
Posts: 4
I would call Juniper Cove Marina, ( and stay at one of their cedar cabins, you can launch there it is protected and fish Cedar Creek and catch all the fish you want, largemouth will move into the coves (has been really good), crappie at slips and white bass and striper out in the mouth where it meets the main lake.

#12649406 - 02/27/18 11:17 AM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
Tx Tree Grower Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 09/17/08
Posts: 850
Loc: Palestine, TX
We went out Sunday. First time I have been on Whitney in probably 15 years. We did not do well . Had 2 bites all day. I don't know the lake well at all so that probably had a lot to do with our lack of success. I figured there would be some shallow fish on cover with the sun being out. If they were there we could not get them to bite. I pretty much threw every lure I own at them. I left thinking I wished I had spent more time targeting main lake points instead of shallow. Who knows, maybe I was just fishing to fast. I have a tendency to do that this time of the year. Main lake is clear, Cedar Creek was very muddy, back of Cedron Creek was chocolate milk. Probably doesn't help you much but it's all I have to offer. Good luck!

#12649886 - 02/27/18 03:37 PM Re: Lake Whitney [Re: Pops0598]
tx2va07 Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 07/24/14
Posts: 654
Loc: Joshua, TX
You’re getting some bad reports here.

The rain definitely made a difference. Dropped the water temps over 10 degrees. They’re starting to come back up some now.

Sunday took 21 to win a tournament, but there were 18 boats and the majority struggled. It’s definitely fishing tough but should be getting better.

Water temp was 48-53 on Sunday.

Edited by tx2va07 (02/27/18 03:38 PM)


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