A Look Back-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

A Look Back-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

It’s always nice to take a look back-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report and see how, when, and where we caught fish!  We would like to thank all of our customers that made 2018 one for the record books!  Keeping track of what happens month to month is part of the job for a Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide, but we like to share this basic information will all of our readers!  Please use this blog as a reference each month.  We hope it makes you and yours better anglers.

January Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 56/36 

Coldest Temp: 10

Warmest Temp: 73

Lake Surface Temp: 49

Fishing Notes:  We are fishing for and catching trophy blue catfish and January is Prime Time.  January 2018 was fantastic!  Get your warm weather gear out and get your picture with a Big Blue Catfish!  We get booked up quickly, so make your reservations today!

 

February Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 57/36 

Coldest Temp: 24

Warmest Temp: 78

Lake Surface Temp: 50

Fishing Notes:  The weather is cold, but the Trophy Blue Catfishing on Lake Tawakoni for Feb. 2018 was fantastic.  We generally catch our biggest fish in February, so book your trips!

March Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 61/41

Coldest Temp: 24

Warmest Temp: 78

Lake Surface Temp: 53

Fishing Notes:  We are still catching some very nice Blue Catfish, and mixing in a few Striper Trips as the weather warms.  March is your last shot at a personal best Trophy Blue Catfish!  We did a bit of creek white bass fishing fist part of the month!  Tawakoni has some serious white bass spawning in creeks!

April Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 74/55

Coldest Temp: 35

Warmest Temp: 85

Lake Surface Temp: 60

Fishing Notes:  Always sad to see our Catfish Season end, but our Striper, White Bass, and Hybrid Striper season kicks off and we are seeing very good numbers in April.  Most of the fish are out of spawning mode and putting the feed bags on!

Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report-Part II

2018 Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report by Guide Andrew Taylor-Part II covers May to August and closes out another great year on this East Texas reservoir! The Summer months on Lake Tawakoni are great for Striper, White Bass, and Hybrid Striper!  

May 2018 Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 81/63

Coldest Temp: 54

Warmest Temp: 96

Lake Surface Temp: 65

Fishing Notes:  Summer is near and May Striper Fishing on Lake Tawakoni is very good.  We are seeing some big groups of white bass schooling on points in the early AM and evening.  Please run your trolling motor and turn off the big engine.

June 2018 Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 88/70 

Coldest Temp: 67

Warmest Temp: 100

Lake Surface Temp: 70

Fishing Notes:  Summer has arrived in East Texas and the Striper fishing remains hot with the weather.  Bait can be difficult at times, be we are still catching good numbers of fish!  Fish are keying on bigger gizzard shad and we are seeing some big blow ups on top early in the mornings.  Look for big gizzard shad dead floating!  

July 2018 Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 95/75

Coldest Temp: 71

Warmest Temp: 108

Lake Surface Temp: 73

Fishing Notes:  The East Texas Heat is here, make sure you dress for the weather and drink lots of water!  Getting bait is a bit tricky, but we are finding some double secret spots 🙂  Striper fishing is good early in the morning, then the fish are getting a bit hot and it slows back down until the evenings.  Trips start early or after work so clients don’t fry on the lake!

August 2018 Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 97/78

Coldest Temp: 65

Warmest Temp: 100

Lake Surface Temp: 77

Fishing Notes:  August is very difficult fishing!  The dog days are here and we try to take some time off and rest up for a great fall season.  Our August could have been a lot hotter, but this time of year is tough on Lake Tawakoni.  We can catch fish, but it is not easy and a lot of fun when it’s 100 degrees on the lake!  It’s always nice to take a look back-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report and see how, when, and where we caught fish!

Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report-Part III

 Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report by Guide Andrew Taylor will cover September to December.  Fall is our favorite season on Lake Tawakoni!

September  Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 56/36 

Coldest Temp: 63

Warmest Temp: 96

Lake Surface Temp: 74

Fishing Notes:  Once temperatures start coming down, the fishing picks back up for Striper, White Bass, and Hybrid Striper!  It feels good to have the heating furnace turned down in September.  We are finding quality bait and the Striped Bass are eating very well.

October Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 74/54

Coldest Temp: 48

Warmest Temp: 78

Lake Surface Temp: 69

Fishing Notes:  Our favorite month on Lake Tawakoni is October!  You can catch Striper on any style lure, and bait is easy to catch!  If you want to experience Lake Tawakoni at it’s finest, book an October Trip!  For more information please follow Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide-Andrew Taylor.

November Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 64/41

Coldest Temp: 26

Warmest Temp: 78

Lake Surface Temp: 57

Fishing Notes:  November has just as good fishing as October, but the weather is not perfect!  We lose a lot of boat traffic to Deer Hunters, but Striper fishing is epic in November!  Our Trophy Blue Catfish will start to show up too!

December Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

Average Temp: 56/36

Coldest Temp: 32

Warmest Temp: 62

Lake Surface Temp: 52

Fishing Notes:  Hello Trophy Blue Catfish season!  December our Big Blue Catfish will start showing up in good numbers!  Come catch a personal best with us this winter!  It’s always nice to take a look back-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report and see how, when, and where we caught fish!  Please visit our Facebook Page for more pictures and cool information about Lake Tawakoni Fishing!

A Look Back-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report

About Andrew Taylor-Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide

I’m currently the youngest guide on Lake Tawakoni out of my colleagues! I have been fishing this lake ever since I was old enough to get in a boat and go. I’m a 4th generation Tawakoni fisherman, stemming from my grandfathers who watched the lake being built. I was taught by my father Jim Taylor one of the best in the business! I’ve spent countless hours on the water learning as much as I can and continue to learn every time I’m out. Don’t forget to Like Us on Facebook!

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Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide Andrew Taylor Contact Information 

Corporate Headquarters
549 South Texas Street
Emory TX 75440
903-269-6587
Etxbass@gmail.com

 
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You can find plenty of Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guides, but you deserve the best!  Book a trip with Tawakoni Striper Fishing Guide Andrew Taylor today!  

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