U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Fort Worth District
819 Taylor Street
P.O. Box 17300
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Boaters and Fishermen Visiting Wright Patman Lake Do Your Part Keep Your Boats Clean and Help Stop the Spread of Salvinia, Giant Salvinia, Hydrilla, and Water Hyacinth. Learn to Identify These Invasive Aquatic Plant Species.
Elliott Bluff Ramp has newly a installed fishing pier that is open to public fishing with no fee. In addition Elliott Bluff also has a courtesy dock and 3 picnic tables with outdoor grills for public use .Elliott Bluff is the first ADA accessible courtesy dock and fishing pier on Wright Patman Lake. For the location of Elliott please feel to contact the Wright Patman Lake Project office for directions or other information.
ATTENTION ALL ANGLERS VISITING WRIGHT PATMAN LAKE AND DAM ASIAN BIGHEAD CARP HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED TO BE IN THE WATERS OF THE SULPHUR RIVER BELOW WRIGHT PATMAN DAM. IT IS CRUCIAL THE SURVIVIAL OF ALL NATIVE FISHES THAT THESE INVASIVE SPECIES ARE NOT TAKING LIVE FROM THE LAKE OR SULPHUR RIVER, AND THAT BAIT FISH CAUGHT ON THE SULPHUR RIVER ARE NOT TAKEN LAKESIDE LIVE. PLEASE SEE THE LINKS BELOW TO HELP FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH THESE FISHES.
Boaters are cautioned that the lake water level will vary, and to be cautious of underwater obstructions.
This site last updated on
June 7, 2012