Lake Sam Rayburn

Because Life is Better at the Lake

Women's Bass Tri-State Federation Tournament

08/21/2020


Location
Lake Sam Rayburn
Lake Sam Rayburn, Texas

More Info
225-445-6217





Bass tournament for women who fish or want to learn how to fish.

Joining the group is nominal: $50 per person, owning/not owning a boat. Non boaters are partnered with boaters randomly at the tournaments, held once or twice every month in the spring and summer. Boat owners are charged $125 for the tournament entry, $25 for the Big Bass Winner's pot; co-anglers (non-boat owners) $100 and $25.

All members compete with professional status, and they learn fishing skills and techniques from seasoned professionals.

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Lake Sam Rayburn Current Weather Alerts

Lake Sam Rayburn Weather Forecast

Saturday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 95

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 77

Sunday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 96

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 78

Monday

Hot

Hi: 97

Monday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 78

Tuesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 96

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 77


Lake Sam Rayburn Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 7/11: 163.36 (-1.04)



Lake Sam Rayburn Fishing Report from TPWD (Jul. 8)

FAIR. Water stained; 82 degrees; 0.97’ low. Largemouth bass are fair with all success coming early, late, and now at night. Fishing lights have helped attract some bass. The best habitat is still vegetation edges with topwater, worms, and jigs. White bass have slowed with minnows seeking depth. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs vertically fishing thick vegetation, and among structures less than 20 feet deep. Catfish are good on live and stinkbait.