We fish White Oak Bayou in northwest Houston, hardly pristine clear water but mostly a storm runoff. Good population of scrappy bass, big carps, tilapa, brim and occasional Channel Cats. We've tried many different stretches and all have good fishing. Some "prettier" (less spare tires and cleaner streamside but all have fish. Everything is released to fight another day as I'm no so keen on eating fish with so many Wastewater discharges up & down stream.
Be sure you have your fishing license as a bank fisherman told me he got a ticket recently for not having one.
We use 5-7wt as cast are seldom far and fish of manageable size. There are reports from of some of the club members of 5-6# bass.
The other afternoon the scrappy bass were trying to commit suicide by Wooly Booger. Between my son & I we landed 13+ bass from very small to pretty decent.
I used a 6wt TFO Mangrove w/GPX WF6F, 10# tippet, Thomas uses 6wt TFO Pro II WF6F Bass bug taper. Our "go to" fly is green sparkle wooly booger.
Some big in spirit if not size
Thomas is always on the otherside for the creek
I even landed our first/biggest catfish.