• Exploring Houston’s Spectacular And Well-Stocked Fishing Spots

    Man Posing Fishing

    Tourists are always looking for ways to spend their time in the best possible manner. Luckily, there is a dazzling array of options for them in Houston. And, among these options is the option of visiting the fishing spots and catch fish. This not only gives them a break from the hectic city life, but also provides them with a unique experience. Moreover, there is no dearth of well-stocked fishing spots in Houston. Here is a list of some of the spectacular fishing spots that are sure to mesmerize the visitors.

    Lake Anahuac

    Lake Anahuac is a popular spot. The place has a unique feature as it has the option of both freshwater fishing and saltwater fishing. One could engage in saltwater fishing in East Galveston Bay, and for freshwater fishing they can explore the banks of Bayou’s East Bay.

    Mcgovern Lake

    The lake spans 8 acre area and is perfect for fishing. It is situated right at the centre of ‘the museum district.’ The water is crystal clear here. Moreover, authorities here have made it a point to keep the area completely clean. The lake is, in fact, part of Hermann Park. Major overhaul was done in 1999 when the lake was enlarged and some safety measures were added as well.

    Mary Jo Peckham Park

    The spot is a perfect one for fishing along with family, since there is a dazzling array of facilities available here. One has an access to bank, pier, picnic tables, and a great recreation centre. The lake spans in 5 acre area and is well-stocked. One could find catfish during summers here, and trout in winter. All this effort is done to attract more people here. And, the efforts have really worked well, since people always love to visit this spot again and again.

    Lake Conroe

    Conroe is towards the north of Houston. Fishing here is truly great since the size of the fish is huge. In fact, the biggest largemouth bass caught in Texas was caught here only. It weighed whopping 14 pounds. Moreover, a monstrous catfish 52-inch in size was also caught from here. So, tourists are always intrigued to visit this spot, as they also hope to make a history with their own efforts.

    Tom Bass Park

    Tom Bass Park is very vast park and is divided into three parts thus. All the parts have ponds, which have access to banks. Moreover, there is the fishing pier in the third section. People come here to catch a dazzling array of fish including catfish, trout, and other fish. The best part is that the place never gets crowded since it spans in a large area. All this adds to fun, and offers truly relaxing atmosphere to the visitors.

    Lake Livingston

    Lake Livingston is located next to Sam Houston National Forest. In fact, it is among Texas’ largest lakes. Among various facilities available here are fish cleaning stations, boat ramps, fishing pier, and ban access. The place is known to have white bass species of fish here. Tourists simply love the great atmosphere of this place.

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