Find unique fishing spots, catch locations and more on Fishbrain
Check out the best fishing spots in Georgetown, Texas. Anglers have logged in Fishbrain over 46,539 catches for Largemouth bass, 3,861 catches for Bluegill, 1,635 catches for Channel catfish and many more species in the Georgetown area.
Use Fishbrain to view local fishing regulations, read reviews of local fishing spots, and learn what lures are most successful in Georgetown. Become a Pro subscriber to see when and where fish are being caught and logged in Fishbrain. Whether you use the free version of Fishbrain or upgrade to Fishbrain Pro, you can find a diverse range of successful fishing spots in Georgetown, and get tips on how to increase your fishing success!
I've fished this spot for 6-7 years now and I can say that this has been my most successful spot. there are fish everywhere and for the most part pretty big ones. I've hooked onto large catfish and bass (but usually broke off because I use 4lb line too often).this spot gives you access to two different bodies of water and ample bank fishing area. also there is two hour free parking which is often abused and on a good day there will be parking available. It's a great spot and honestly I don't care if you go to it because Jon B (massive YouTube fisherman) has shown my spot to like a million people lol. it's no secret anymore.
This lake is my not-so-secret honey hole; It consistently produces bass over 4#. All the people complaining about it being shallow and murky obviously don’t know how to catch fish in shallow, muddy water. I have caught fish on the bank, in a kayak or using a fly rod. Aside from monster bass, you can also catch sizable cats and carp. I have won an all Texas water fishing tournament on this lake.
Over 14 million anglers trust Fishbrain. See when and where to target your preferred species in Georgetown. Join Fishbrain today. No credit card required.Sign up for free
Fishing regulations in Texas can change throughout the year. Make sure to check this page before fishing for the most up to date rules and regulations for the current season. Local regulations govern when you can fish, the max size of the fish you can keep, how many fish you can keep, and more.