Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Catfish, White Bass, Striped Bass, Sunfish,
Freshwater Drum, Shad, Gar, Tilapia, Mexican Tetra
Many located around Lake Amistad including:
Governors Landing - Located beneath US 90 bridge. Take spur 349 to Amistad
Dam, then take first right turn.
Brush Point - Located off of US 90 West approximately 6 miles out of Del
Diablo East Ramp - Take US 90 west from Del Rio and turn right just before
crossing Lake Amistad.
Pedro - Take Spur 454 off US 90 West, then take second right.
277 South - Located at east end of the lake, south end of US 277 bridge.
277 North - Located at north end of US 277 bridge.
Canyon - Located approximately 20 miles out of Del Rio on R2 off US 277
Canyon - Take US 90 from Del Rio. Approximately 2 miles after crossing
Lake Amistad, turn left onto Box Canyon Estates Road.
Known as one of the Top Bass Fishing Lakes in America. Max. depth 217
ft. Located on the Texas/Mexico border. Largemouth bass are the
most popular and most abundant sportfish in Lake Amistad. Channel and
blue catfish are present in good numbers. Striped bass are popular and sought
by anglers due to their strong fighting characteristics and their potential
for trophy sizes.
Largemouth bass anglers
are most successful during the fall, winter, and spring months. Spinner baits,
buzzbaits and topwater baits work well in the early morning and late evening.
Crankbaits can be effective along dropoffs, points, and rocky shorelines.