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Lake Georgetown Fishing

This lake is the home to a very healthy population of Largemouth Bass and was even stocked with Hybrid Striped Bass in 2003. After over 10 years of growth, the Hybrid Striped Bass population is really starting to provide anglers with a wonderful new fishing experience on the lake. Other species of fish found on this beautiful lake are Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, White Bass, Sunfish, Blue Catfish, and Channel Catfish.
  • Known For

    This fishing spot in Texas is known for offering visitors excellent boating, fishing, and camping. The area also has a wildlife preserve with over 15 miles of hiking trails. For a great picnic area check out Tejas park.

  • Fishing Licenses and Regulations

    Fishing on Lake Georgetown does require following some special bag limits and size requirements. Your guide service on Lake Georgetown will know the rules and regulations required by the Texas Department and Wildlife, but all anglers should be well versed in what’s required for responsibly, legal, and ethical fishing.

  • Lake Georgetown Fishing Tips

    Fishing in Lake Georgetown, TX can be easier said than done given its smaller size of 1,297-acres. The best fishing strategies will depend on which section of the lake your fishing. The mid to upper sections of the reservoir includes wood structure and rocky structures offering up habitat for it’s Largemouth Bass. Try casting jigs or spinnerbait for the most success in the upper to mid sections of Lake Georgetown.

  • Best Season to Book Lake Georgetown Fishing Guides

    The best time of year to book a fishing guide on Lake Georgetown for Largemouth Bass fishing is during the spring and fall. If summer is the only time you can get away for a fun fishing trip then try fishing at night with your favorite fishing guide. During the winter, especially February, try booking a fishing trip for White Bass. The White Bass will start heading towards the North Fork of the San Gabriel River.


What kind of fish are in Lake Georgetown?

Largemouth bass, Smallmouth bass, White bass, Flathead catfish, White crappie

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