Lake Lewisville crappie fishing in the winter has been red hot

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Lake Lewisville crappie fishing in the winter has been red hot

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We have started the year off right on Lake Lewisville!  Crappie fishing has been good and we are pulling in fish after fish.

Not many think of Lake Lewisville as a “go to” destination for crappie but I am here to tell you that we have them figured out.  It does not matter the season, we can put you on fish.  Throughout the winter we have been working hard to get ready for the Spring and Summer crappie madness and have added dozens of man made brush piles to our list of fishing hot spots.  These are all new to the lake and exclusive to Phill’s Guide Service. Come fish with us and your guaranteed to have fun.  This last weekend we found them in deep water as well as checked out some of the feeder creeks looking for some of the big females who are already moving in to spawn.

Several fish that we cleaned had eggs and it looks like they are about to get into spawning mode.  Once the water temps get up to around 60 degrees we should be catching them almost exclusively in shallow water.  This is a real fun time of year, especially if you want to bring kids since there are so many ways of catching them.  My personal favorite is bobber fishing when they are in the shallow water in the Spring. One of the cool aspects of Spring time fishing is that we are fishing near the shore.  My clients are easily able to replicate a great fishing outing on foot the next day.  Wile the majority will be from the boat, some of our trips for Springtime crappie and white bass will be on foot in the major feeder creeks to the lake.

Come out and enjoy the lake with us.  You owe it to yourself.