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TOP FISHING GUIDES IN LAKE TRAVIS

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TOP LAKE TRAVIS FISHING TRIPS

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Fishing in Lake Travis

Lake Travis is a beautiful place to fish near Austin, Texas. The waters are bordered by Texas-sized rocky cliffs and many of the creeks that flow into the lake are a good place to start for some excellent fishing, no matter the season.
  • Known For

    Lake Travis is popular for any person who enjoys the water. The lake offers up activities for the whole family to enjoy, such as fantastic food, scenic views, hiking, picnic areas, fantastic lodging, fishing, and water recreation.

    Fish in Lake Travis can be found in high numbers, especially Largemouth Bass and Blue Catfish.

  • Fishing Licenses and Regulations

    Bow fishing anglers will need to check with the special regulations maintained by the Lower Colorado River Authority. However, for other species, the normal state-wide regulations exist on this lake.

  • Fishing Tips

    Largemouth bass fishing trips on Lake Travis are best during the fall and spring seasons. The bass is a little smaller on this lake, but they come in a high number. Your fishing guide service will know of some suspending points that are perfect spots for casting a topwater lure and driving your catch to the top.

  • Best Seasons to Fish

    During the winter months, fishing for White Bass on Lake Travis can be a fun fishing trip for the whole family. A fishing trip for this time of year is to head towards the lighted boat docks at the lower end of the lake.

    Also found at the lower end of the lake are striped bass, by the dam near the mouth of Sandy Creek.

FAQ’s ABOUT FISHING IN LAKE TRAVIS

How do you catch bass in Lake Travis?

Lake Travis Bass are notorious for hanging out over points and at the edge of drop-offs. Topwater lures are a popular go to during early morning and evening, spinners and jigs are best during the day.

Are there GAR in Lake Travis?

What kind of fish are in Lake Travis?

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Can you eat fish from Lake Travis?