Location: Throckmorton County near Throckmorton, Texas
Fishing cover/structure: Some
button brush and black willow trees are scattered around the shoreline.
Other cover and structure includes standing timber in the upper end, rocky
shorelines and ledges, and fence lines.
|Water clarity: 1 to 3 feet and green-brown colored|
|Comments: This lake supports excellent largemouth bass and catfish populations. Throwing medium to deep-diving crankbaits along rocky ledges is effective when the lake is full. When low, "bumping stumps" with spinnerbaits is exciting. Troutlining for channel and flathead catfish is a popular technique at Lake Throckmorton. Bluegills are not abundant. White crappie abundance can fluctuate greatly from year to year. Florida largemouth bass were intruduced in 1988.|
Distance from Abilene:
Game Fish Present:
Bluegill, channel catfish, flathead catfish, largemouth bass, white crappie
|Lake Records: No official lake records exist as of March 1, 1996|
|Hybrid striped bass|
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