Before you get out on the water this weekend, be sure to check your local fishing report!

Texas folks, we pulled the below information from the latest report (Week of June 21, 2017) from Texas Parks and Wildlife. We featured a few spots for each region, but you can click on any of the regions to check more bodies of water. 

Tight lines!

Region #1: Hill Country

Canyon Lake

Water stained; 75-79 degrees; 0.39′ low. Black bass are fair on topwaters, watermelon flukes, and Whacky Sticks around flooded bushes. Striped bass are slow. White bass are slow. Smallmouth bass are fair on clear grubs and watermelon crankbaits. Crappie are good on minnows and pink tube jigs in standing timber. Channel catfish are fair on shrimp. Yellow and blue catfish are good on goldfish and perch upriver.

Walter E. Long

Water murky. Black bass are good on green pumpkin crankbaits and soft plastic worms. Hybrid striper are fair on pet spoons. White bass are slow. Crappie are good on minnows and white tube jigs. Channel and blue catfish are good on stinkbait and hot dogs. Yellow catfish are slow.

ACK Hobie Pro Staff Matt Moccia kayak fishing on Walter E. Long

Region #2: South Texas Plains

Braunig

Water murky. Black bass are fair on chartreuse spinnerbaits and crankbaits near the dam. Striped bass are fair on silver spoons near the dam. Redfish are good on perch and silver spoons. Channel and blue catfish are good on liver, shrimp, and bloodbait. Yellow catfish are slow.

Coleto Creek

Water clear; 96 degrees at the hot water discharge, 85 degrees in main lake; 1.42′ low. Black bass to 6 pounds are fair on white crankbaits and spinnerbaits in 4-6 feet. White bass are slow. Crappie are slow. Channel and blue catfish to 20 pounds are good on trotlines baited with live perch and shad in 8-10 feet. Yellow catfish are slow.

Region #3: Gulf Coast

Corpus Christi

Trout are fair to good on the edge of the spoils on Gulps, croakers and live shrimp. Trout are fair to good on Gulps and live shrimp over sand and grass near the Packery Channel and in Oso Bay.

Freeport

Trout are fair at San Luis Pass on shrimp, MirrOlures and soft plastics. Trout, redfish, sand trout and sheepshead are good on live shrimp on the reefs in Christmas Bay and Chocolate Bay.

South Padre

Trout are fair to good on shrimp and DOA Shrimp while drifting the grass beds. Tarpon are good around the pass and at the jetty early in the morning and late in the evening.