Boerne Lake

Luis

New Member
#1
Thinking of heading out on my raft to BL this Sunday. What type of fish should I be fishing for at this time of the year? Any particular spots or tips you can give me would be great.
 

KEVIN VAN ALEN

Well-Known Member
#2
LMB, are still in pre-spawn.Water is cold still, but they gotta eat. Try Senkos on the fall [let them sink on a slack line wacky rigged with no weight. Slow roll a Colorado single blade spinner in white in 10-15 ft. deep around rocks. Deeper crankbaits in a crawdad pattern in 15-25 ft. may produce around points with rocks. Good Luck.
 
#3
LMB, are still in pre-spawn.Water is cold still, but they gotta eat. Try Senkos on the fall [let them sink on a slack line wacky rigged with no weight. Slow roll a Colorado single blade spinner in white in 10-15 ft. deep around rocks. Deeper crankbaits in a crawdad pattern in 15-25 ft. may produce around points with rocks. Good Luck.
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Luis

New Member
#8
Sorry for this late response. It was pretty slow. My son caught a bass on live worm fishing the bottom. That was it. I might head out there again tomorrow.

I tried senkos, crank baits, spinner baits and nothing was working for me.
 

KEVIN VAN ALEN

Well-Known Member
#10
It a very tough lake, many have been skunked there. I hardly fish it and have gone fishless there on more than one occasion. I have used crawdads there and done fair. Nice lake with decent facilites and has produced some good fish over the years. I would say Medina would have more Bass per acre, I have hit or missed lately with small deep diving crankbaits there. Dunlap is way better than either of those, Good luck.
 
#11
Took my boy there on Monday and didn't get any bites. We fished from the shore, mostly soft plastics and some crank baits. I hope to take my kayak there soon.
 
#12
I fish Boerne Lake quite often - I typically do ok there (almost always catch fish but usually not real big ones) but never in the winter. It's been warming up and I've been considering heading out there. . but I have been 100% skunked so far at Boerne between Thanksgiving and about mid-March.