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Grapevine Lake
Fishing Report

While you'll find a variety of sport fishing opportunities at Grapevine, it is best known for its Largemouth Bass population. The slot limit (see below) currently in place on Grapevine is designed to encourage the harvest of smaller Bass, thereby increasing resource availability for the larger Bass to achieve trophy-class status. You'll find that Grapevine doesn't have a lot of aquatic vegetation, but you'll find some emergent plants in the upper end of the lake. Most of the habitat in Grapevine is flooded timber, large boulders, and rocky shoreline. The record Largemouth Bass was caught in April 1999 and weighed in at 12.09 pounds and 27 inches. 

Fishing Regulations

Local Species
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Spotted Bass

Current Grapevine Lake Fishing Report

01-24-2023 | Read the Video Transcript
Grade A
Lake Pros rate their lakes A, B, or C based on how the lake is fishing. An A rating means the fishing is great and C means the lake might be fishing tough

Video Report Transcript

Hey what's going on everyone Sam here from Lake Pro tackle this video is going to be a fishing report over Lake Grapevine Tristan is our Lake Pro to get us this information so thank you Tristan right now water temps are going to be anywhere from 66 to 51 degrees so that's a wide range he said he found a warm water discharge on the lake found a bunch of fish up Shallow in that area anywhere from two to five foot they were throwing wacky rigs Drop shots and chatter baits as well as finding fish over in some deeper water around 10 to 12 foot they're throwing a rock crawler guys if you want to see the exact lures and colors that Tristan was using head over to lightprotackle.com you can find them there go to the fishing reports tab find all your favorite lakes thank you for watching guys we will see you next time. 


While you'll find a variety of sport fishing opportunities at Grapevine, it is best known for its Largemouth Bass population. The slot limit (see below) currently in place on Grapevine is designed to encourage the harvest of smaller Bass, thereby increasing resource availability for the larger Bass to achieve trophy-class status. You'll find that Grapevine doesn't have a lot of aquatic vegetation, but you'll find some emergent plants in the upper end of the lake. Most of the habitat in Grapevine is flooded timber, large boulders, and rocky shoreline. The record Largemouth Bass was caught in April 1999 and weighed in at 12.09 pounds and 27 inches. 

Fishing Regulations
Local Species
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Spotted Bass

Grapevine Lake Fishing Reports