Belton Lake

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Location:
Belton, TX
United States United States
Coordinates:
31.1623, -97.5112
Depth (max):
124 Feet
Distance:
12,385 Acres
Description:

On the Leon River in Bell and Coryell counties, 5 miles northwest of the City of Belton off FM 317.Belton Lake is a popular lake for hybrid striped bass, and can also be a good largemouth bass lake at certain times of the year.

Aquatic vegetation:

Very sparse buttonbush and cattail.

Cover/Structure:

Most of the shoreline is very steep, rocky habitat. Majestic tall bluffs and long rocky points are most common, although sand and mud flats can be found up the Leon River and Cowhouse arms. The lake has little or no aquatic vegetation. Timber is also limited.

Tips/Tactics:

Largemouth bass fishing is at its best from late February through April. As the water temperature begins to rise, bass become more active and prepare for the upcoming spawn. The backs of creeks and coves, protected from the north wind, provide the warmest water on the lake. Good creeks to target are Cedar, Bear, Owl, Stampede, and Cowhouse. Spinnerbaits, plastic lizards, jerkbaits, and jig and pork combinations are the preferred baits. From May through September look for bass on main-lake points and flats next to creek channels. Stickbaits, chuggers, buzzbaits, crankbaits, and plastic worms can all be productive under the right conditions. From October through December, bass can be caught from the same areas as during the spawn. Smallmouth bass are generally caught from the dam to the Cedar Creek area at mid-lake. Early spring and late fall, when the water temperature ranges from 55 to 65 degrees, is the prime time to target smallmouth. Spawning occurs in rocky coves protected from the north wind. In summer and fall, long, gently sloping rocky points are good areas to fish. Deep diving crawfish-colored crankbaits, stickbaits, chuggers, buzzbaits, grubs, and small jigs are usually most productive.

Hybrid striped bass were introduced to Belton Lake in 1977, and have since become a very popular sportfish in the reservoir. Hybrids tend to travel in schools throughout the main lake. They can be caught bottom fishing with live bait as well as trolling jigs and crankbaits, with or without the aid of downriggers. White bass fishing is best from March through May when they migrate up the lake into the Leon River to spawn. Bank or boat fishing from the Highway 36 bridge north to Mother Neff State Park using small jigs or spinners can be very productive. During summer and fall, white bass sometimes school on the surface. Try fishing for white crappie between late February and the middle of May, when crappie move into shallow water in the backs of creeks and protected main-lake coves. Spawning crappie are fairly easy to catch on live minnows or small jigs fished around stumps and submerged cover in 2 to 5 feet of water. In summer, fall, and winter, crappie can be caught around large isolated trees and submerged brush at 5 to 20 feet. Catfish are best in the spring and summer. Channel cats spawn from May to June, during which time they move into water 2 to 5 feet deep in the backs of creeks or along flats just off the river channel. Shad, shrimp, blood bait, and stinkbait all work just fine.

Spot Access:
Boat Ramp, Parking (car/truck), Parking (boat/trailer), Picnic Area, Power Boats Allowed, Swimming Area, Shore fishing access, Playground, Camping, Restrooms, Beach, Fly Fishing, Wading, Floating, Bait shop on site, Rental boats available
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Fishing Reports

Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
12 months ago (12/05/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 12.05.13

The current water temperature is between 56 and 58 degrees and the water is stained. The rain we received a week ago did little to raise the lake level and the lake remains at 10.01 feet low.  Largemouth and Smallmouth bass fish is real slow.  The fish seem to be holding tight to any form of structure along the shoreline in 15 to 18 feet of water. The baits that seem to be the most productive were a 6” Zoom Trick Worm (watermelon/red) on a 1/4oz. Shackyhead and a 6” Je...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
about 1 year ago (11/13/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 11.13.13

The lake is currently sitting at 10.32 feet low, stained and holding at 69 degrees. Fish are being take early in the morning fishing around stick-up in the backs of the coves. A weightless fluke in Zooms Smokin Shad color. This color has been working great. Another good choice in this area is a shad colored Jerk-Bait. Around mid-morning you will want to move to the mouth of the coves and fish the points leading into the coves. Here a watermelon / red Baby Brush-hog, Texas-Rigged with a &fra...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
about 1 year ago (10/01/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 10.01.13

The lake level continues to drop (now at 12.98 feet low) and even If you think you know the lake, everyone needs to be very careful while on the water. The water is clear for the most part and the water temperature has been holding between the 80 and 84 degrees mark. As for the fishing, that has been improving daily. Early and then again later in the evening have proven to be the best times, however both Largemouth and Smallmouth are being caught throughout the day. The Bass are chasing sha...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
about 1 year ago (08/27/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.27.13

Currently the lake is 11.10 low, clear with a water temperature of 83 to 85 degrees. Fishing is good in the early mornings and then again in the evenings. Fishing the shady areas of the rock bluffs seems to be the most productive. The bite is very lite so you will need to watch your line close. A Texas Rigged 8” Trickworm (watermelon color) and small crankbaits (sexy shad color) seem to work the best.  During the day move to main lake points or flats with deep water close and fis...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
over 1 year ago (04/22/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 04.22.13

As with all Area lakes, Belton Lake is also low. Currently the lake is 7.61 feet low. The lake for the most part is stained and the temperature is between 67 to 69 degrees. The spawn on Belton also seems to be in the late stages with most of the fish having already spawned. The backs of coves are full of shad and a few Largemouth are being taken on lipless crankbaits there, but most have moved back into deeper water. Fishing the deep ends of points or drop-offs next to spawning flats is pro...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
over 1 year ago (04/15/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 04.15.13

Belton Lake Fishing Report Belton Lake is currently at 7.50 feet low. The water temperature is between 67 to 69 degrees and stained, Fish are being caught shallow (10 feet or less) early and pushing back into deeper water later in the day. Fish being caught are range from 12” to 4lbs.Texas rigged soft plastics, in watermelon or watermelon/red are the colors that seem to work the best. As they push back, a “C”-rigged Lizard or 1/4oz. Shacky Head fished on points close t...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
over 1 year ago (03/20/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 03.20.13

Belton Lake Fishing Report The lake continues to drop and is currently at 7.17 feet low. The water temperature continues to climb and is between 57 to 59 degrees. Males are on the beds and some females have begun to move up on beds. For the fish that are on beds, a 6” watermelon/red Lizard, fished weight-less has been doing the trick. Most are still in a pre-spawn pattern. A few fish are being taken on small shad colored crankbaits fished on points leading into the creeks, however...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
almost 2 years ago (02/19/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 02.19.13

Belton Lake Fishing Report The lake is currently sitting at 6.86 feet low and for the most part stained. The water temperature has been holding steady between 54 and 56 degrees. The fish seem to be holding in a pre-spawn pattern and have not begun to move up on beds. A slow presentation has been the key to catching these fish the past couple of days. 1/2oz. jigs or a Texas Rigged 6” Lizards fished in the deep channels along the rock bluffs or fished the deep side of points that ar...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
almost 2 years ago (02/06/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 02.06.13

The current water level on Belton Lake is 6.79 feet low. Water temperature has been coming up with the warm days we been having lately and is currently holding between 54 to 56 degrees. The lake remains stained over most of the lake with a little clearer water close to the dam. The Largemouth Bass are beginning to move up from the deeper water into a pre-spawn pattern. Fishing main lake points leading into coves has been very effective. Crankbaits and Lipless Crankbaits fished along the dee...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
almost 2 years ago (01/09/2013)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 01.09.13

Largemouth Bass fishing has been real slow over the past week, with the lake level at 6.69 feet low and a temperature holding between 50 to 52 degrees, the Bass don’t seem to be very willing to chase baits. The water for most of the lake has been stained with the clearer water up around the dam. However with the rain over the past few days it should not only raise the lake level but it will also make the water muddy. A slow presentation of soft plastics has been producing the best res...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
about 2 years ago (11/13/2012)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 11.13.12

Fishing remains the same on Belton Lake, as some days are still better than others. The water temperature is holding at between 65 and 68 and the lake level remains steady at 5.49 feet low. The water color ranges from stained the closer you get to the bridge to clear the closer you get to the dam.    Largemouth Bass are being taken early at the points leading into coves with a Texas Rigged 6” Trickworm or Baby Brush Hog in a watermelon / red. Both Largemouth and Smallmo...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
about 2 years ago (10/23/2012)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 10.23.12

Currently the lake level is at 4.83 feet low and the water temperature is between 73 and 75 degrees. The bait fish have started to move in small schools into the back of coves. Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass are both being caught on the points entering the coves. A good choice of bait has been Topwater or Spinnerbait early as the fish are moving to the backs of the coves to feed. Use Small Crankbaits (a 1.0 or1.5) and Small Jigs on the points as afternoon approaches. Another good choice at...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 09.05.12

Set out this afternoon in what I hoped to be a good day of White Bass fishing. I had a light breeze, temperatures in the mid 80’s, the water temperature was 88 degrees and the lake was sitting at 3.6 feet low when I put the boat in the water at 11:30AM. I headed straight for a main lake flat where I have had some luck in the past and using a ¼ oz. silver slab, started catching White Bass one my first cast. However, I must have been a little late getting out because the bite shu...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.27.12

Put in this morning at 5:30 AM, to a light breeze and air temperatures in the upper 70’s. As of this morning the water level is at 2.93 feet low. I began by fishing the backs of coves were the lake temperature was 87 degrees, in hopes of finding some topwater action. The bite was slow but I did manage to pick up a couple nice Largemouth Bass on a shad colored Zara Spook. About 10:00AM I moved to main lake points and tried a C-Rig across the points. I only managed 1 keeper. I then move...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 06.19.12

I put in today at 4:30PM with winds out of the southeast at 10 MPH. The air temperature was in the upper 90’s and the water temperature was holding at 82 degrees for most of the lake. Fishing has been really slow for the past month so today the plan was to hit a bunch of spots and try to find some fish. I started in a cove up by the bridge throwing a ¼ oz. Shackyhead and a white Spinnerbait, with no luck. Moved from there back towards Dana Peak and hit a couple of points on the...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 06.19.12

I fish today, starting at 6AM, with light winds, air temperature in the upper 80’s and the water temperature in the mid-80’s. I started at the dam and worked my way back to the third cove past Temple Lake Park. Bite baits I used today ranged from a Frog to a Shackyhead, however all my bites came early and all were on a POP”R”, fished in 4 foot or less of water.  There were not a lot of boats on the water today and from what everyone else was reporting, fishing w...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 03.05.12

The lake has come up a lot in the past week, putting many of the courtesy dock back in the water and usable.  The good news is that the lake is now only 3.12 feet low the bad news is, the lake is muddy all the way up past Roger’s Park and stained over the rest of the lake.  I launched at 8:30 this morning with the air temperature down to 58 degrees, but a water temperature was between 60 and 61 degrees.  With the rise in water temperatures, I was hoping to find some fis...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 02.06.12

We launched this morning at 8:45 with an air temperature of 51 degrees, winds out of the north at 10 to 12 mph and a water temperature of 54 degrees. Our plan this morning was to first move to a few of the past weeks hot spots for Whites Bass and Hybrids only to come up empty. We then tried a couple of coves off the main lake, marking fish in all of them, but unable to get them to take any of our presentations.  We then abandoned our search for White Bass and concentrated fishing small...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 01.12.12

Fished Belton Lake both days this past weekend, putting 6 fish in the boat on the 7th and 10 on the 8th. Winds on Saturday were light, out of the North and were out of the East on Sunday at around 10 MPH. Water Temperature on both days was 53 degrees and the water color was stained. The water level remains low (a little over 12 feet low) as of Saturday. I began fishing Saturday the main lake points, using both a lipless crankbait and a jig, with no success what-so-ever. Moved to a deep wate...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 09.20.11

Lake Levels continue to drop and are currently at 9.96 feet low. Weather remains hot (in the mid 90’s) and the water temperature is holding at 89 degrees. Largemouth Bass fishing has been real slow, with most of the Bass being taken early in the morning in shallow water, in the backs of coves or small pockets on soft plastics. A 10” Texas-Rigged worm has been working well. White Bass and Hybrids on the other hand have been schooling. The Whites are being taken on any type of Top-Water bait a...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.31.11

Lake level continues to fall and this week is 7.07 feet low. All ramps are still open, however care should be taken when loading or unloading your boat. Water remains cloudy for most of the lake with temperatures in the 88 to 90 degree range. Largemouth are being taken on Stanleys? Vibra-Wedge spinnerbait, in their Bleeding Shad color or light colored lipless crankbaits early in the mornings and late in the evenings in the backs of coves. Top water action has been heating up also over the past...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.16.11

Hot (102), No Wind and the Lake Level Dropping is not the makings for a great day of fishing. However the fish are still biting. The water temperatures are holding around 89 degrees and the water is clear for most of the lake. Largemouth are being taken off deep main lake points using a Texas Rigged 10” purple u-tail worm or natural colored deep diving crankbaits. Largemouth as well as some nice smallmouth are also being taken on drop-shot in the 10 to 20 foot along the edges of the same main...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.10.11

Belton Lake     Lake level continue to drop and this week is around 5.92’ low. Extreme care should be used when on the water. Water is murky across most of the lake and the water temperature is in the 82 to 86 degree range. Fishing remains slow, with the prime time being early in the morning. Evening time is fair during the week but falls off to poor on the weekends. Early in the day, Largemouth are being taken on green or red colored soft plastics, and white spinnerbaits fish...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 07.29.11

Belton Lake     Lake level continue to drop and this week is around 5.92’ low. Extreme care should be used when on the water. Water is murky across most of the lake and the water temperature is in the 82 to 86 degree range. Fishing remains slow, with the prime time being early in the morning. Evening time is fair during the week but falls off to poor on the weekends. Early in the day, Largemouth are being taken on green or red colored soft plastics, and white spinnerbaits fish...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 07.25.11

Belton Lake     Lake level continue to drop and this week is around 5.66’ low. Extreme care should be used when on the water. Water remains clear for most of the lake and the water temperature is in the 82 to 86 degree range. Fishing has been slow, with the prime time being early in the morning and then again late in the evenings. Early in the day, Largemouth are being taken on dark colored or crawfish colored soft plastics, and white chatterbaits fished in 4 to 10 feet of...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 07.15.11

Belton Lake     Lake level continue to drop and this week is around 5.35’ low. Be careful when on the water. Water remains clear for most of the lake and the water temperature is in the 82 to 86 degree range. Fishing has been good, with the prime times being early in the morning and then again in the evenings. Early in the day, Largemouth are being taken on natural colored crankbaits and white chatterbaits in 4 to 10 feet of water. As the day warms they are moving to deeper wa...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 05.02.11

Belton Lake     Lake level this week has remained around 3.86 low. Water is clear for most of the lake and the water temperature is in the 68 to 70 degree range. Fishing continues to improve slightly, as the water continues to warm. The bass are well into the spawn now and Largemouth are being taken on natural colored crankbaits and white chatterbaits in 4 to 10 feet of water. Soft plastics and jigs are working very well fished both in shallows around the rocks and at the de...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 03.21.11

Belton Lake     Lake level this week has remained around at 4.90 low. Water is stained and the water temperature is in the 58 to 60 degree range. Fishing has begun to improve slightly. As the water continues to warm, the bass atre beginning to move up to spawn. Largemouths are being taken on natural colored crankbaits and white chatterbaits in 4 to 10 feet of water. Soft plastics are working very well fished at the deeper edges of points.   Sure Strike Guide Service an...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Henry Niemiec
about 4 years ago (11/08/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 11.08.10

Belton Lake     Lake level this week has remained around at 2.14 low as work continues on the dam. Water is muddy and the water temperature is in the 68 to 72 degree range. Fishing has slowed in the last few days due to the couple of cold fronts and heavy rains which moved thru the area over this past week. Most largemouths are being taken on jigs or white spinnerbaits. Soft plastics are still working very well. Around evening time Smallmouth in the 2 to 3 pound range are being...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 10.07.10

Lake level this week has remained around at 2.14 low. Water is stained and the water temperature is in the 75 to 80 degree range. Fishing has begun to improve slightly. Cooler temperatures and cooler water temperatures will hopefully get the fish more active. Largemouths are being taken on spoons or white spinnerbaits. Soft plastics are still working very well. Closer to the evening time Smallmouth in the 2 to 3 pound range are being taken.     Sure Strike Guide Service and Boa...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 09.09.10

Lake level this week has dropped a again and is now 3.55 feet low. Water is slightly stained and for most of the lake the water temperatures range from 82 to 89 degree. Fishing remains tough but with the weather change and cooler temperatures hopefully will bring a much needed improvement. Largemouths are still being taken early in the mornings and late in the evenings. Topwater baits and spinnerbaits, (white or chrome) and closer to the noon time and on into the evening soft plastics are work...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.24.10

Lake level this week has dropped a little and is now 2.89 feet low. Water is stained for most of the lake with temperatures in the 88 to 90 degree range. Largemouths are being caught early in the mornings and late in the evenings on top water plugs and buzzbaits. Spinnerbaits, (white in color) and natural colored crankbaits are the bait of choice closer to the noon time and on soft plastics in the evenings. The early mornings and late in the evenings are producing the greater numbers, with fis...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Henry Niemiec
over 4 years ago (08/16/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.16.10

Lake level this week remains at 2.67 feet low, as work continues on the dam. Very little water being released Which helps to hold the lake level at it’s current level. Water is cloudy for most of the lake with temperatures in the 88 to 90 degree range.   Largemouth are being taken on the Pro Assassinator spinnerbait, white in color from Secret Weapon Lure or light colored crankbaits early in the mornings and late in the evenings in the backs of coves. Top water action has been hea...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 08.01.10

Lake level this week is just over 3 feet low, as work continues on the dam, with very little water being released. Water is clear for most of the lake with temperatures in the 85 to 88 degree range. Largemouth are being taken on the Pro Assassinator white spinnerbait from Secret Weapon Lure or light colored crankbaits early in the mornings and late in the evenings and on a shackyhead with a Doodlebug soft plastic from E2Bait Company during mid-day in 30 feet plus water. Smallmouths are schooli...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 06.14.10

Belton Lake     Lake level this week remains just over 2 feet low, as work continues on the dam, with very little water being released. Water is clear for most of the lake with temperatures in the 80 to 83 degree range.   Largemouth are being taken on the Pro Assassinator spinnerbait from Secret Weapon Lure or shad colored crankbaits early in the day and on a shackyhead with a Doodlebug soft plastic from E2Bait Company later on in the day.   Smallmouth are sch...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 05.29.10

Belton Lake     Lake level this week remains just over 2 feet low, as work continues on the dam. Water is clear for most of the lake with temperatures in the 78 to 80 degree range. Largemouth and a few smallmouth are being taken on the Pro Assassinator spinnerbait from Secret Weapon Lure or craw colored crankbaits early in the day and on finesse jigs from Black Water Jigs later on in the day. The early mornings are producing the greater numbers and larger fish.    ...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 05.20.10

Lake level this week remains a little over 2 foot low, as they continue to work on the dam. Water is clear for most of the lake with temperatures in the 78 to 80 degree range.   Largemouth and smallmouth are being taken on white spinnerbaits and chrome colored crankbaits early in the day and on finesse jigs from Black Water Jigs later on in the day.   With the warmer water however, the best times to be on the lake are during the week or real early in the mornings.  ...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Henry Niemiec
over 4 years ago (04/30/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 04.30.10

Water has remained off-colored this week with temperatures ranging between 67 to 69 degrees.   Water is still about a foot and a half low as they continue working on the dam.   Largemouth are being taken on 1/4 oz jigs from Omega Custom Tackle or a 1/4 oz Hookhead, Shaky Head from Alluring Baits, rigged with a 6” finesse worm.   A few are starting to be taken on top water baits when found chasing shad on the surface.   Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 04.22.10

Belton Lake:     Water temperatures are on the rise and in the upper 60’s this week for most of the lake.  Water clarity is clear, with some areas still slightly stained.   Fishing has improved with bass being taken on rat-a-traps, crankbaits and spinnerbaits.   The shad are schooling, so shad colored baits are the color of choice.   Still the larger fish are being caught on soft plastics.   Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Henry Niemiec
over 4 years ago (04/12/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 04.12.10

Belton Lake:     Water temperature is in the 63 to 65 degrees range.   Water clarity remains slightly stained for most of the lake with the heavier stained water up at the bridge and into the river. They are still letting out water, but not at the same rate as before giving the water a chance to clear up a little. Care needs to be take when on the lake due to the fact that the water level is just over 4 foot low now.   The fishing however has been improving da...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Henry Niemiec
over 4 years ago (04/07/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 04.07.10

Belton Lake;     Fishing has improved a great deal over the past week.   Fish being taken in the backs of coves, in the water less than 10 feet, on Texas-Rigged Watermelon / Red or Junebug colored Lizards. Some fish are also being caught on white 1/4 oz spinnerbaits.   Water temperatures are in the 63 to 65 degree range, however they are still pulling water and the lake level is now at about 4 feet below normal. Water color has cleared up a lot over the past w...
Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Henry Niemiec
over 4 years ago (03/24/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 03.24.10

Belton Lake:     Water is starting to clear up a little with water temperatures holding in the 54 to 56 degrees range. Few fish are being found in the backs of coves but most are still holding in pre-spawns. Warmer water and a slow presentation seem to be the key. The cold front that hit Saturday has dropped the water temperature a couple of degrees and pushed the fish back into deeper water.   Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing www.surestrikeguideservice.c...
Henry Niemiec Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing
over 4 years ago (03/12/2010)

Belton Lake Fishing Report 03.12.10

Belton Lake Report;     Water clarity is stained to muddy after the rain earlier in the week. Water level is about a foot high and temperatures range from 49 to 52 degrees.   Fish are on the move and some are showing up in their pre-spawn patterns, with some now being taken in the backs of coves.   Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing www.surestrikeguideservice.com surestrikeguideservice@yahoo.com 254-368-0294  ...

Belton Lake Fishing Report 02.25.10

Fishing on Belton Lake has been a little better over the past week. The heavy rains, high water, cold temperatures and then snow are not helping things get any better. The water is still 7.35 ft. high with a temperature between 48 and 49 degrees. The water color goes from stained around the dam and arrowhead, to dirty the closer you get to Highway 36 Bridge. The fish can be found holding to deep structure and along rocky points. Spinnerbaits and Jigs seem to be the go to baits this week.

Belton Lake Fishing Report 01.26.10

Over the past week fishing has been slow, with water temperature still holding at 47 degrees, despite a week of above average temperatures. Most of the fish were taken on a Shacky Head or Jig in water between 12 and 26 ft. The bite has been real light, so watching your line is very important. Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing Phone#: - 254-368-0294 Email: - surestrikeguideservice@yahoo.com www.surestrikeguideservice.com...

Fish

Basshybridstriped-240-fw

Bass, Hybrid Striped (Morone saxatilis x Morone chrysops)

Freshwater
309
Largemouth-240-fw

Bass, Largemouth (Micropterus salmoides)

Freshwater
Smallmouth-240-fw

Bass, Smallmouth (Micropterus dolomieu)

Freshwater
Stripedbass-240-fwsw

Bass, Striped (Morone saxatilis)

848
Bluegill-240-fwsw

Bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus)

Freshwater
Flatheadcatfish-240-fw

Catfish, Flathead (Pylodictis olivaris)

Freshwater
635
Blackcrappie-240-fwsw

Crappie, Black (Pomoxis nigromaculatus)

Whitecrappie-240-fwsw

Crappie, White (Pomoxis annularis)

782

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Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing

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Sure Strike Guide Service and Boat Detailing

Sure Strike Guide Service located in Killeen, Texas, regularly fish for Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass. We are also fully equipped to locate and catch White Bass, Hybrid, Stripers and Crappie. We ar...
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