Fishing at Lake Conroe has gone from fair to good for the past week. The water in the main lake is clear and the level is 201.43 feet above mean sea level. The water temperature of the dam reaches about 74.6 degrees Celsius in broad daylight. The lake version is 1,064 CFS, the City of Houston Diversion (COH) is 0 CFS and the Land Reduction Plan (GRP) is 20.73 CFS according to the San Jacinto River Authority.
Good black bass fishing. Warming weather has caused most of it to return to brush, ponds, and other structures at various depths around the lake. Watermelon or pumpkin green softshells with a tree tail are a good starter early in shallow water. Rat traps are also a good starting lure but your choice of bait depends on how deep you fish.