Lake Bridgeport Guide Service





Howdy,

This is Keith Bunch of Lake Bridgeport Guide Service. I have 20 plus years of experience guiding exclusively on Lake Bridgeport.

I am a waterfront resident of Lake Bridgeport and fish Lake Bridgeport full time. My specialties are the Hybrid Striped Bass and the Sand Bass.

The current lake record Hybrid of 11.88lbs was caught on our boat in 2013.

I fish out of a 22 ft Key west Center Console (with T-Top!) equipped with everything needed to put fish in the boat, including a state of the art bait tank.

We fish year round using artificial baits in the cold weather and switch to live bait and lures when the water warms up.

Our service is complete, all you will need are licenses and what you want to eat or drink. We supply all of the rod and reels and clean/bag any fish you want to bring home.

Trips are 4-6 hours long and can be booked for the morning or the afternoon.

Give me a call at 940-577-0363 and lets go get 'em!

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Lake Bridgeport Weather Forecast

Sunday

Thunderstorms Likely

Hi: 81

Sunday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 64

Memorial Day

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 80

Monday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 61

Tuesday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 84

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 63

Wednesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 87

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 64


Lake Bridgeport Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 5/28: 828.09 (-7.91)



Lake Bridgeport

Fishing Report from TPWD (May 24)

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 70-74 degrees; 8.18 feet below pool. Look for heavy traffic on the lake this weekend with the Memorial Day holiday. The north end and Wise County Park in particular will be quite busy. Sand Bass and hybrids have been active in the main lake. You may see some sand bass surfacing activity early and late with propeller topwater baits. Fish can pop up anywhere at any time. Always approach them quietly to avoid spooking them. Largemouth bass are prowling the shorelines picking off the last of the shad spawn. Try a loud topwater bait, whopper plopper or chatterbait, along the face of the dam or main lake points. The best bite will be early and late. Crappie should be setting up on their favorite brush piles and docks. Try them on the brush with minnows or "shoot docks" with jigs. Channel catfish should be actively spawning off rocky banks. Prepared baits or shrimp under corks in shallow water will work. Report by Keith Bunch, Lake Bridgeport Guide Service. This week is National Safe Boating Week, for more information check out Texas Parks and Wildlife online and search for “Boating Safety Tips.” Happy Memorial Day!

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