In spite of the recent cold weather the Colorado river fishing is still going strong. The last few days have been some of the best this fall. We have been catching white bass over 2 pounds, Guadalupe bass up to 3 pounds and largemouth bass to 5 pounds. The water clarity is at about 3 feet and the temps are getting colder but not enough to slow the fish down. Sub surface patterns like Clouser Minnows and crawfish patterns are the most productive right now. The weather looks good for most of next week until the next cold front. If you are thinking about fishing the Colorado River now is the time.