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Great Places to Go Fishing Around San Antonio
Fishing, anyone? There are people who are not a fan of swimming or trying exhilarating rides. Well, if you are one of them, don’t fret because you can still enjoy the summer season through fishing. In San Antonio, Texas, there are lots of nice places for you to sit around and wait for your catch, while also enjoying the scenic water views. Here are some of the top picks when it comes to fishing. Just make sure to check out the Texas Parks Wildlife page ahead of time as there are some that require permits.

Brackenridge Park

Fishing enthusiasts will surely enjoy a day at Brackenridge Park. This 343-acre recreation complex offers almost everything you can think of— zoo, gardens, kiddie parks, and of course, the charming Lake Texana. Located in the northern portion of San Antonio, the park is a distinguished pick among families because of its year-round fun and attractions. And its prominence is not just limited to the beautiful attractions, but also its historical importance, by which human habitation can be traced as early as 11, 000 years ago. Now, the park is a very popular choice for those who want to go fishing or want to immerse with nature.

Elmendorf Lake Park
One of the popular picks, Fork Lake is simply a breath of fresh air. The lake is downright abundant, not just with fishes, but also with lush surroundings— from green landscape to azure waters. Beautifully tucked in the western region, this fascinating nature wonder produces tons of fishes for the state. The proximity of this fishing spot makes it a notable choice for fishing fanatics.

Calaveras Lake

Texas is superbly blessed with fresh water lakes, and one definite example of its abundance is the Calaveras Lake on downtown San Antonio. Settled on the Calaveras Creek, fishing on the lake is certainly easy and fun. Left and right, you will be amazed with the richness of fish supply, as well as the captivating landscape around the place. Not only that, the lake is a power plant that generates electricity to the state. Truly, it’s a one of a kind fishing experience.

Victor Braunig Lake

Once known as the East Lake, Victor Braunig Lake is also a distinguished reservoir on the Calaveras Creek. The significance of this 1, 350 acres- lake can be outlined way back in 1962, when an additional source of electrical supply in the city of San Antonio was needed. Thus, aside from its fishing madness and boating adventures, the lake is pretty well-known being one of the very first water projects for electrical supply and treatment of wastewater to be used for power plant cooling.

Converse North Park City Lake
This particular lake is being managed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The Converse North Park City Lake may be relatively smaller compared to other prominent and huge lakes in San Antonio, but it continues to charm families to have a relaxing dayout within its vicinity. You won’t be disappointed though as this quiet spot has something to boast of such as the copious supply of various fishes like catfish and bluegills, as well as the pavilion and open field enclosing the area.
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