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Lake Houston #13450250 02/24/20 09:58 PM
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So me and the old man fished Lake Houston last week, forget which day. As I was warned, water is low, muddy, and cold. So almost instantly the old man smacked a nice 3 1/2 lb bass on a dock. Well, we should have stuck to the docks. Went all the way up Luce's, got a couple of dinks and nothing else. Looks like in a couple months there will be some good pad beds though. Another couple feet of water would make several spots more interesting. Couldn't find active white bass, but really didn't try for that.

Re: Lake Houston [Re: JohnButte] #13450356 02/24/20 11:26 PM
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Hopefully when the Luce's Bayou Interbasin Transfer project is complete, Lake Houston will not be low. However, the San Jacinto River Authority might be keeping Conroe and Houston lower to help with flood prevention.

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Yeah, that low water made both lakes tough.

Re: Lake Houston [Re: JohnButte] #13457911 03/02/20 09:15 PM
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Projected completion to the work on Houston ends 2023


When I am not fishing I am thinking about fishing. And mostly what I should have done differently my last trip!
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Re: Lake Houston [Re: JohnButte] #13460988 03/05/20 01:40 PM
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All the good cover in Houston is gone now.


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Re: Lake Houston [Re: ChanceHuiet] #13463954 03/08/20 03:18 AM
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Originally Posted by ChanceHuiet
All the good cover in Houston is gone now.


That should really say “all the visible cover is gone”. There is still a lot of good cover.

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