Lake Bastrop Fishing Guide
Right in the middle of the majestic Lost Pines Forest sits Lake Bastrop, one of the hottest bass fishing lakes in Texas! Built as a power plant cooling reservoir, this 906 acre lake is loaded with Florida strain largemouth. The lake offers abundant vegetation for bass to hide in including southern naiad, coontail, and hydrilla. While not known for producing trophies, the lake has a great population of 2 to 5 pound bass. This lake is a frequent destination for Hill Country Bass Coach clients, especially in the colder months (December thru May). When conditions are right, the lake is also known to have good “schooling action” during the heat of summer.
If you’re looking to have a day on the water where you catch a high number of quality-sized bass, then a trip to Lake Bastrop with Hill Country Bass Coach is a must. It is also a lake that requires knowledge of how to fish grass/vegetation, so if you want to diversify your grass fishing skill set, a professionally guided trip with Ray will significantly improve those skills.
Book your guided fishing trip on Lake Bastrop today with Ray Tomasits, Hill Country Bass Coach!
Lake Bastrop is a beautiful destination that offers great bass fishing. This power plant cooling reservoir is located just 45 minutes southeast of Austin.