Largemouth Bass, White
Bass, Crappie, Catfish, Sunfish
Many located around Lake Texana
five miles east of Edna on US 59.
Creek - Located six miles east of Edna on US 59.
Mustang Creek - Located one mile south of Ganado on Texas Highway 172.
Texana State Park - Located four miles south of Edna on State Highway 111.
Highway 111 - Take State Highway 111 approximately 8 miles west of Edna.
Ramp is located on east side of lake.
Ramp - Take Texas Hwy. 111 approximately 2 miles east of Edna and turn
right onto FM 3131. Go 3.5 miles and take left on access road marked with
"Public Boat Ramp" sign.
Max. depth 58 ft.
Blue catfish and largemouth bass are the most popular sportfish in Lake Texana.
Hybrid striped bass are usually found with schools of white bass in the deeper
portions of the reservoir. Largemouth bass anglers
prefer spinnerbaits, buzzbaits, jigs, Texas-rigged soft plastics, and tube
baits in either dark or white and chartreuse colors. Working any visible
laydowns, submerged brush, and vegetation in or near deeper waters of 5+ feet
is a popular tactic for largemouth bass.
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