NOTICE: Consumption Advisory in Effect
White & Hybrid Striped Bass
are present in moderate abundance with sufficient numbers of fish available for harvest. White bass
and hybrid striped bass
are also present, with many legal-size fish in the population. Largemouth bass
are moderately abundant with good numbers of legal-size bass. Spotted bass
are present in low abundance. Crappie
are available at moderate densities. Both white and black crappie
are present; white crappie dominates. Bluegill, redbreast and redear sunfish
are abundant with moderately high numbers of fish over 6 inches available to anglers.
PREDOMINANT FISH SPECIESLargemouth bass
(aka Black Bass, Green Trout, Bigmouth Bass, Lineside Bass)Spotted bass
(aka Kentucky Spotted Bass, Spotted Black Bass)White bass
(aka Sand Bass, Barfish, Streaker, Silver Bass)Hybrid Striped bass
(aka Striper, Rockfish, Lineside)Channel catfish
(aka Willow Cat, Forked-tail Cat, Fiddler, Spotted Cat, Lady Cat)Crappie
(aka White Perch, Sac-a-lait, Calico Bass)Bluegill Sunfish
(aka Bream, Brim, Perch, Sunfish, Sun Perch)Redbreast Sunfish
(aka Yellowbelly Sunfish, Redbreasted Bream)Redear Sunfish
(aka Shellcracker, Georgia Bream, Cherry Gill, Sunny, Sun Perch) White/Bass Identification Guide Channel and Blue Catfish Identification Guide
FISHING COVER / STRUCTURE
Structural habitat is sparse and comprises inundated timber, brush, creek channels, and rip rap. Aquatic macrophytes are present, but in low densities.
Aquatic macrophytes are present at low densities, less than 3% of the total surface area.
All species are currently managed under statewide regulations: Texas Parks and Wildlife Freshwater Bag and Length LimitsLAKE RECORDSSTOCKING HISTORYLATEST LAKE SURVEY REPORT