Fishing At Falcon Lake
AKA: Falcon International Reservoir
Fishing for largemouth bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish, black crappie, bluegill, tilapia, white bass and alligator gar at Falcon International Reservoir in Central Texas.
Famous for monster bass, Falcon Lake (Falcon International Reservoir) is a 83,800-acre lake on the southern border of central Texas, at Falcon State Park. With over 400 miles of shoreline (about half on the US side), there is so much water to fish it would take a lifetime to cover it all. Largemouth bass are the main draw here, but catfish, bluegill, white bass and crappie also deserve attention. Additionally the lake has populations of tilapia and gar. The lake is a literal fish factory and delivers both quantity and quality. Big bass and monster catfish are caught with regularity. And, if you just enjoy catching lots of fish and getting away from the crowd, you'll love Falcon. Boat launch ramps are open to the public - one at Falcon State Park and one at Zapata. Other areas with primitive ramps are available during low-water conditions - some requiring four-wheel drive.
Primary fish species residing in Falcon Lake
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Falcon International Reservoir Amenities
Boat Rental: NO
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Falcon Lake RV Park - 956 744-4629
Lakefront Lodge RV Park - 956 765-4346
Falcon Heights Motel & RV Park - 956 848-5229
Falcon State Park Campground & RV Park - 956 848-5327
Amigo Inn & R. V. Park - 956 765-3095
Four Seasons Mobile Home & RV Park - 956 765-4241
Falcon Lake TX Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Falcon International Reservoir
Falcon Lake Tackle
2825 S. US Hwy 83
Zapata, TX 78076
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Falcon International Reservoir in Central Texas.
General Fishing Info
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Falcon Lake offers excellent lunker bass fishing in Central TX.