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Granger Lake Guides

Located Northeast of Austin in Williamson County, on the San Gabriel River near the towns of Granger and Taylor
Surface area: 4,009 acres
Maximum depth: 50 feet
Impounded: 1980
Normal Clarity: Turbid to moderately turbid
Aquatic Vegetation: None
Predominant Fish Species: White bass, Crappie, Catfish


Lake Austin Guides

Location: On the Colorado River in the City of Austin
Surface area: 1,599 acres
Maximum depth: 75 feet
Impounded: 1939
Normal Clarity: Clear to slightly stained
Aquatic Vegetation: Watermilfoil and Pondweed
Predominant Fish Species: Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Sunfish


Lake Buchanan Guides

Location: On the Colorado River in Burnet County and Llano counties, west of the town of Burnet
Surface area: 22,211 acres
Maximum depth: 132 feet
Impounded: 1937
Normal Clarity: Clear at the dam; gradually becomes more turbid as you move upstream
Aquatic Vegetation No significant aquatic vegetation present
Predominant Fish Species: Largemouth bass, White bass, Striped Bass,Catfish


Lake Georgetown Guides

Location: Williamson County, just west of Georgetown, 20 miles north of Austin
Surface area: 1,297 acres
Maximum depth: 85 feet
Impounded: 1980
Normal Clarity: Clear to slightly stained
Aquatic Vegetation: None
Predominant Fish Species: Largemouth, Smallmouth, White & Hypred Striped Bass, Catfish


Lake Travis Guides

Location: On the Colorado River northwest of Austin in Travis and Burnet counties
Surface area: 18,622 acres
Maximum depth: 190 feet
Impounded: 1942
Normal Clarity: Clear to slightly off-color in upper sections
Aquatic Vegetation: No significant aquatic vegetation present
Predominant Fish Species: Largemouth, Guadalupe, White & Striped Bass, Catfish, Sunfish.


Walter E. Long Lake (Lake Decker) Guides

Location: Travis County, just east of the City of Austin; also known as Decker Lake
Surface area: 1,269 acres
Maximum depth: 60 feet
Impounded: 1967
Normal Clarity: Clear to slightly stained
Aquatic Vegetation: Hydrilla, pondweed species, bulrush, coontail, and southern naiad
Predominant Fish Species: Largemouth & Hybrid Striped Bass, Catfish, Sunfish


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