Before you cast a line, check out the East Texas Fishing Report:

Nacogdoches:  water level nearly three feet low.  Using square bills, fishing for bass good to four pounds.

Pinkston:  water level foot and a half low.  Using weightless plastics around outside grass edges producing good bass to seven pounds.

Cedar Creek:  water level three feet low.  Black bass appear very good on jigs, cranks and boat docks.

Sam Rayburn:  water level roughly 3.5 feet low.  20 to 25 feet of water seems to be "best bite".  Using night crawlers and cheese bait, catfish are a comin'.

Toledo Bend:  water level almost the same as Sam Rayburn.  White bass prominent in Sabine, holding nicely along the fringe in 9 to 15 feet of water.