The historic town of Granbury and its lake has so much to offer, not only the aerial angler, it has an opera house and a live theatre.
Also on Lake Granbury you can enjoy watching the Bass from the Granbury Rose, a genuine sternwheel paddlewheeler. Learn the secrets a video will show you in an entertainment room while you sip coffee and prepare your fishing equiptment.
Lake Grandbury, Texas N32° 26.540' W97° 47.440' , is a 8,700 acre lake with a maximum depth of 75 feet. It's located on Highway 377 at Granbury, Texas. About 35 minutes from Fort Worth this Brazos River impoundment is a favorite on the D.F.W. bass club trail.
The facilities here are excellent with its 5 public boat ramps, two fishing piers, and 4 overnight camping areas
Largemouth bass, White & Striped Bass, Catfish, Crappie and Sunfish are all good here. Downrigging jigs and crankbaits as well as drifting live shad will do well for the Striped bass. Crankbaits, jigs, and worms are the go around the boat docks and piers for Largemouth bass. In early summer Sunfish can be had on worms or crickets around the docks.