Lake Bridgeport Fishing Guides

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Lake Bridgeport is a great recreational fishing lake. No boat? No problem! Its local fishing guides know where the catch of the day is located. Decide what fish you want to fry for dinner because the predominant species are largemouth, smallmouth, hybrid striped, spotted, and white bass, channel and flathead catfish, white crappie, bluegill (perch, sunfish) and longnose and spotted gar. Enjoy hassle-free fishing with these guides for your fishing adventure.


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Lake Bridgeport Current Weather Alerts

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Lake Bridgeport Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Hot

Hi: 100

Wednesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 72

Thursday

Hot

Hi: 100

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 73

Friday

Hot

Hi: 97

Friday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 68

Saturday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 82

Saturday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 52


Lake Bridgeport Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 5/18: 832.49 (-3.51)



Lake Bridgeport

Fishing Report from TPWD (May 11)

GOOD. Water normal stain; 68 degrees; 3.07 feet low. Lake Bridgeport is up about a foot after the recent rains and all boat ramps are open. The main lake is stained and the northern and southern ends are quite dirty. Threadfin shad are running the banks for their spawn. All species of fish are shallow along the banks looking for an easy meal. Try a shad type crankbait to reel these fish in. Blue herons are sharing their fishing spots, so watch and they will guide you to active fish. Sand bass are good moving back into the main lake, finishing their spawn. Slabs have been producing quite well. Crappie and largemouth bass are moving into their post spawn pattern. The southern end may still have some spawning fish though. Look for the crappie to return to summer time brush piles pretty quickly biting on minnows and jigs will rule. Getting some reports of catfish being caught shallow on cut shad. Report by Keith Bunch, Lake Bridgeport Guide Service.

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