Reply by: Bassnfly Posted: 2/28/2011 12:42:43 AM Points: 234
I have been to two lakes in this region. Alan Henry and Meredith. Both for club outings and several years ago. Meredith is a big lake with a mix of fishing. At the time they had a slot limit, so under size bass were plentyfull, but there were a few 6 lb. bass also. The winner of one of the tourneys had two just over 6.
The cool thing about Meredith is that I can say I been to Fritch, TX, home of Ron White!
Reply by: Scyry Posted: 2/28/2011 11:10:30 AM Points: 198
I was at Lake Meredith the second week of Feb for work. There is only a foot of water on the very bottom gate of the intake tower. There is next to no water in the lake. Bureau of Reclamation biologists are worried about a big die off of fish this winter unless there is a big inflow of water.
Best lake in Texas for Walleye and the populaton is maintaned by natural reproduction. Produced the current State Record Smallmouth of 7.93 pounds in 1998. Has a small population of Yellow Perch. As stated above lake is extremely low and many boat ramps have been temporarily closed