Lake Buchanan Striper Fishing
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Lake Buchanan Striper Fishing



Lake Buchanan

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Closest Town:  Burnet, Texas

Lake Size:  22,211 Acres

Fishing Species:  Striped Bass, Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Crappie, Catfish, Sunfish

Public Boat Ramps:  Many located around Lake Buchanan including:

Burnet County Park - Located off FM 2341 on the east side of the lake about mid-lake.

Blackrock Park - Located in the southwest corner of the lake, well protected from the wind. From Austin, take Texas 71 west to Marble Falls, turn north on US 281 and west on FM 1431. Follow road to FM 261, turn left and continue approximately half a mile to the park entrance on your right.

Lake Notes:  Max. depth 132 ft.  Lake Buchanan was the first of the Highland Lakes to be formed.  Largemouth bass anglers have their best success on Lake Buchanan during the spring and fall months. The area from Beaver Creek to the Colorado River is usually stained. This keeps the largemouth bass shallow regardless of the water temperature. In the lower section of the reservoir where the water remains clear, topwater lures, metal flake willow leaf spinnerbaits and shallow to medium depth crankbaits work well along rocky banks.  For striped bass, live shad fished with a carolina rig type set up on the bottom on humps and along dropoffs is almost always productive. Topwater fishing is good in late spring and again in the fall. Anglers should concentrate on main-lake points and humps.

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