Revised for 2009
Lake Travis, part of the Highland Lakes Chain of lakes, is one of the premier tournament waters in the state of Texas. Its approximate 18,622 surface acres and 271 miles of shoreline provide ample habitat and structure for a variety of fish species. An abundant largemouth bass population dominates angling activites on the lake but crappie and catfish also provide good action.
Featured Species: Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, Flathead Catfish, Guadalupe Bass, White Crappie
- Lake Profile
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- Fishing Tips and Techniques
- Over 45 Fishing Points of Interest with GPS
- 35 Marked Fishing Locations
- 19 Access Locations
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