Largemouth Bass, Striped
Bass, White Bass, Guadalupe Bass, Crappie, Sunfish, Catfish
Many located around Lake
- On the
north side of Lake Travis near Smithwick. Take FM 1431 to County Road 343 and
continue 1/2 mile to the site entrance.
Shaffer Bend - On the north side of Lake Travis near Smithwick. Take FM
1431 to County Road 343A and continue about one mile to the site entrance.
Turkey Bend - On the north side of Lake Travis approximately 9.5 miles
west of Lago Vista. Take FM 1431 to Shaw Drive and continue 1.8 miles to the
Gloster Bend - North side of Lake Travis about 6 miles west of Lago
Vista, near the Travis Peak community. Take FM 1431 to Singleton Road and
continue 3.3 miles to the site entrance.
Arkansas Bend - From US 183, take FM 1431 south 11 miles to Lohmans Ford
Road. Turn left and go 4 1/2 miles to Sylvester Ford Road. Turn left and
travel 1 1/2 miles to the park entrance.
Creek Park - From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take FM 2222 (Bullick
Hollow Road) west 2 1/2 miles to FM 2769. Turn left and travel 4 miles to the
town of Volente. In Volente, turn right onto Lime Creek Road and follow 6
miles to park entrance on the left.
Cypress Creek Park - From the intersection of RR 620 and FM 2222, take FM
2222 (Bullick Hollow Road) west 2 miles. The park entrance is on your left,
just before the intersection of Bullick Hollow Road and FM 2769 (Old Anderson
Max. depth 190 ft.
anglers have their best success on Lake Travis during the spring and fall
months. In Lake Travis, largemouth bass are famous for suspending over
points and along drop-offs. Often a topwater, jerkbait, or spinnerbait pulled
near the surface will call them to the top.
Lake Travis Maps