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Hubert H. Moss Lake
Fishing Report

The current record for largemouth on Moss Lake is 13.25 pounds, 27.63 inches. That fish was caught by Paul Dhane in December of 1998. Bass fishing on Moss is definitely best in the spring, fall, and winter. You'll find standing timber in the upper part of both creek arms and about 150 acres of submersed aquatic vegetation. Other vegetation includes water willow, muskgrass and coontail, and American pondweed. 

Fishing Regulations

Local Species
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Spotted Bass
  • Crappie

Current Hubert H. Moss Lake Fishing Report

01-26-2023 | Read the Video Transcript
Grade B
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 Moss Lake right now the lake three foot low water temps are around the low 50s water Clarity is pretty clear right now you can see around a foot down guys if you're launching on the South ramp be careful it's pretty shallow there's some rocks that stick out so you don't want to hit your proper skeg on those North ramp is fine all this information is coming from Kevin Our Lake Pro if you want to sign up head up head over to lakeprotackle.com if you want to see the exact lures that he's using head over to lakeportackle.com find moss like in the fishing report section and then you'll be able to see those exact colors and face that he was using right now Kevin said he's catching a lot of fish on a jerkbait and an a-rig as well as catching a lot of the Sand Bass on that a-rig as well he said he was out for about three hours had six Keepers so guys thank you for watching see those exact colors exact base over at lakeportackle.com thanks for watching guys

The current record for largemouth on Moss Lake is 13.25 pounds, 27.63 inches. That fish was caught by Paul Dhane in December of 1998. Bass fishing on Moss is definitely best in the spring, fall, and winter. You'll find standing timber in the upper part of both creek arms and about 150 acres of submersed aquatic vegetation. Other vegetation includes water willow, muskgrass and coontail, and American pondweed. 
Fishing Regulations
Local Species
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Spotted Bass
  • Crappie

Hubert H. Moss Lake Fishing Reports