Fishing at Lake Georgetown

 

This lake is known for its smallmouth bass fishing. There are several areas recommended for bank fishing. A fishing dock is provided in the picnic area and campground at Cedar Breaks Park and near the boat ramp at Jim Hogg Park. Other locations include Overlook Park ( ADA accessible ) and the stilling basin.

The lake contains black bass, smallmouth bass, white bass, hybrid stripers, white crappie, channel catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish and many kinds of rough fish.

For information on license requirements, fish identification and other regulations, go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife website <Click Here>

To see a map and GPS coordinates of fish attractor's placed by the Sun City Hunting and Fishing Club 2-27-13 with the help of TPWD and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers <Click Here>.

Here is information on the latest record black bass caught at Lake Georgetown from the TPWD website as of 3-20-13. To see an updated list <Click Here>

Length: 25.25"

Weight: 10.60 lbs

Date Caught: October 12, 2000

 

This site last updated on May 10, 2013