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Fishing At Lake Buchanan In 2024

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Guide to fishing for largemouth bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, redbreast sunfish, white bass, hybrid striped bass, longnose gar and spotted gar at Lake Buchanan in Central Texas.

Lake Buchanan, TX

Widely renown for great striper and white bass fishing, Lake Buchanan is a 22,300-acre reservoir in the south-central part of the state. Over 120 miles of shoreline await anglers fishing from the bank or fishing from a boat. Rocks and brush are the primary cover here but don't overlook the many docks and boathouses around the lake.

The purpose of this page is to deliver an overview of this lake, the fishing options, and area amenities. Our goal is to provide info to first time visitors, as well as beginner and novice anglers. We gathered details from personal experience, numerous trusted websites that each offer select bits of information, and videos of fishing activity on the lake. These websites include the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, marinas at the lake, campgrounds, boat rental agencies and others. By consolidating this information to one page it allows visitors to see the entire picture, all in one place.

Lake Buchanan, located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, is a renowned fishing destination that offers a wealth of opportunities for anglers. The lake is known for its excellent fishing prospects, attracting enthusiasts from far and wide. Largemouth bass is the most sought-after species at Lake Buchanan, with the lake consistently producing trophy-sized bass. Anglers can also target other popular species such as striped bass, white bass, catfish, and crappie. The diverse fish population ensures that there is always something biting, providing anglers with exciting and rewarding fishing experiences.

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Other fish residing here include catfish, bass, crappie, sunfish, hybrid striped bass and gar. Boat rentals are available. If you choose to bring your boat, five boat ramps are available, one on the west side of the lake and four on the east side. Numerous places around the lake provide access to portage a kayak or canoe.

Primary fish species residing in Lake Buchanan

Click images for fishing tips and details about each species.

Largemouth bass Channel catfish Flathead catfish Blue catfish Black crappie White crappie Bluegill Redbreast Sunfish White Bass Hybrid Striped Bass Longnose gar Spotted gar

Lake Buchanan Amenities

Marina: YES
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
Campgrounds: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Lodging: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
Restaurant: YES

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Another favorite activity on Lake Buchanan is boating, as the lake's vast surface area and picturesque surroundings make it ideal for water-based adventures. Whether it's sailing, water skiing, or simply cruising along the tranquil waters, boaters have plenty of space to enjoy their favorite activities. The lake features boat ramps and marinas, ensuring convenient access for boating enthusiasts. Exploring Lake Buchanan by boat allows visitors to soak in the natural beauty, marvel at the stunning cliffs and scenic vistas, and fully appreciate the serenity of the lake.

Public Boat Launch Ramps & Landings

Burnet County Park Public Boat Ramp
Located in the northeast corner of the lake, off Road 2341, this is a two-lane, concrete ramp with a dock and paved parking.

Cedar Point Boat Ramp
Located in the northwest corner of the lake, in the Cedar Point Recreational Area, this is a one-lane, concrete ramp with a gravel parking.

Llano County Park Public Boat Ramp
Located in the southwest section of the lake, off Road 261, this is a one-lane, concrete ramp with paved parking.

Marinas

Thunderbird Lodge Marina
200 Greenwood Hills Trail
Burnet, TX 78611
512 756-4878

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Camping is a favored pastime at Lake Buchanan, providing an opportunity to immerse oneself in the beauty of the surroundings and enjoy a peaceful retreat. The lake offers several campgrounds, ranging from primitive sites to RV-friendly facilities, accommodating a variety of camping preferences. Campers can savor the serene ambiance, engage in activities such as hiking, birdwatching, and stargazing, and enjoy evenings by campfires beneath the starry sky. Camping at Lake Buchanan allows visitors to disconnect from the demands of daily life and connect with nature.

Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby

Black Rock Park Campground - 512 473-3366

Hiline Resort RV Park Campground - 325 379-1065

Texas Hills RV Haven - 325 379-1740

Beachcomber Park Campground - 325 379-3083

Banta Circle RV Park - 512 793-6148

Long Mountain RV Park - 512 793-2300

Big Chief RV Resort - 512 793-4746

Lake Buchanan TX Map - Fishing & Camping Areas

Contact Information

Lake Buchanan
Hiline Resort
2421 Ranch Rd 3014
Tow, TX 78672

325 379-1065

 

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