Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Striped Bass, Crappie, Sunfish, Catfish
Many located around Lake Livingston including:
Cauthan Public Ramp - From Trinity take Texas 94 east approximately 3
miles and cross the bridge. The boat ramp is on the right.
Riverside Public Ramp - From Riverside, take Texas 19 north 10 miles. Boat
ramp is on the right before the bridge.
Blanchard Public Ramp - From Livingston take FM 2457 all the way to the
end of the road.
Blank Public Ramp - From Huntsville take US 190 toward Livingston. In
Point Blank turn right on FM 156. At intersection go straight to the boat
Tigerville Park - From Livingston take FM 2457, turn left on FM 3126 to
Livingston State Park - From Livingston take US 59 south. Turn right on FM
1988, then turn right on FM 3126 to the park.
depth 77 ft. Lake Livingston has more than
450 miles of shoreline extending into San Jacinto, Polk, Walker and Trinity
Counties. Lake Livingston is known for its white bass fishing. The white
bass are plentiful and are above normal sizes. The catfish are channel and
blue catfish. Where habitat is available Largemouth bass and Crappie can be
caught but are less plentiful than on most Texas lakes.
Largemouth bass can be caught in the creeks, from Kickapoo northward. Fish
Spring and fall for largemouths. Lake Livingston has Channel catfish and blues
which can be caught throughout the year on live baits in the main river
channel and in creeks.