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Largemouth bass are one of the most sought after species in Lake Conroe. Catch rates are very good and the opportunity to catch a trophy bass is very high at Lake Conroe. In 1998, the biggest largemouth bass ever collected by TPWD in an electrofishing survey was taken from beneath a boat dock and weighed in at 14.1 pounds. The standing lake record caught in 2009 by angler Ricky Bearden weighed 15.93 pounds. This big bass now holds the number 24 spot on the list of top 50 largemouth bass ever caught in Texas. The fish was 27 inches long and 22 inches in girth.
Largemouth bass anglers can expect to take bass in shallow water, particularly around marinas and boat docks, in the early spring and mid to late fall. In other seasons, bass are taken around deeper cover. Anglers are most successful with a variety of shad, crawdad, perch imitation lures or soft plastic baits and jigs.
All rods and reels, lures and other tackle are furnished at no extra cost to you.