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TOP FISHING GUIDES IN LAKE SOMERVILLE

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TOP LAKE SOMERVILLE FISHING TRIPS

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Fishing Somerville Lake

Fishing Somerville Lake is an excellent opportunity to reel in a ton of White Bass, this is especially true during the spawning season. Don’t let the amazing White Bass fishing keep you from casting for Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, and Crappie. In fact, an angler recently reeled in a 13.6-pound bass in 2009. Book your Lake Somerville fishing trip with your favorite fishing guide and you too could end up with a Texas-sized trophy.
  • Known For

    Lake Somerville is known as the best fishing spot near College Station, Texas. This wonderful Texas lake is 11,456-acres and sits on the Yegua Creek.

  • Fishing Licenses and Regulations

    The fishing license rules, bag limits, and size requirements for fishing in Lake Somerville fall under the statewide regulations set by the Texas Parks and Wildlife for fishing the public freshwater lakes in Texas.

  • Crappie Fishing Lake Somerville

    Crappie fishing in Lake Somerville is a fun time for the whole family. Ask your Lake Somerville fishing guide if they Crappie are biting and they are you’ll be filling up your cooler in no time. Crappie fishing guides will always tell you “Crappie love areas with structure”. Anchor the boat near the shorelines in the spring months and during the colder months, you should anchor above brush piles and structure in deep water areas.

  • Best Time to Fish Lake Somerville

    The best time of year for fishing Lake Somerville is without a doubt during the spring months. White Bass and Hybrid Striped Bass can be found near the creek channels. If you prefer the sunny days of summer, then find an open water area where the shad are schooling and cast a silver spoon as the sun is starting to go down.

FAQ’s ABOUT FISHING IN LAKE SOMERVILLE

What can I catch in Lake Somerville?

Regularly caught at Somerville Lake are Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Hybrid Bass, White Crappie, Bluegill Sunfish, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, and Flathead Catfish.

What county is Lake Somerville?

Can you swim in Lake Somerville?

Is Lake Somerville man made?