Fishing at Lake Cypress Springs, Texas
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PREDOMINANT FISH SPECIES
Largemouth Bass (aka Black Bass, Green Trout, Bigmouth Bass, Lineside Bass)
Spotted Bass (aka Kentucky Spotted Bass, Spotted Black Bass)
Blue Catfish (aka Channel Cat, Hump-back Blue)
Channel Catfish (aka Willow Cat, Forked-tail Cat, Fiddler, Spotted Cat, Lady Cat)
Flathead Catfish (aka Yellow Cat, Opelousa Cat, Pied Cat, Mississippi Cat, Mud Cat, Shovelhead Cat)
Crappie (aka White Perch, Sac-a-lait, Calico Bass)
Redear Sunfish (aka Shellcracker, Georgia Bream, Cherry Gill, Sunny, Sun Perch)
The largemouth bass population is moderately abundant with good numbers available for harvest. Spotted bass are present in moderate densities. Bluegill and redear are the dominant sunfish and moderate numbers of quality-size fish are available to anglers. Channel catfish are present in good numbers and provide excellent fishing opportunities. The white bass population can be can be described as high density with moderately high numbers of harvestable fish. White and black crappie are present and provide an excellent fishery.
FISHING COVER / STRUCTURE
Structural habitat is limited to boat houses, terrestrial brush and trees in shoreline areas, and rip rap along the dam.
Covers less than 10% of the lake's total surface area.
A Triploid Grass Carp Permit is in effect on this lake. If a grass carp is caught, it must be immediately returned to the water unharmed. All other species are managed under statewide regulations: Texas Parks and Wildlife Freshwater Bag and Length Limits
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Fishing access is provided at five public parks.
This information courtesy of:
Texas State Parks and Wildlife Department - Lake Cypress Springs, Jul-27-2014
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