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Squaw Creek Reservoir Fishing near Glen Rose, Texas

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Fish for:
  • White Bass
  • Redear Sunfish
  • Catfish
  • Redbreast Sunfish
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Crappie
  • Bream
  • Bluegill
Access: Public
Fishing License: Required
Fishing Rules & Regulations: Texas Fish & Wildlife

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Fishing Times for Squaw Creek Reservoir

Fishing Times for Squaw Creek Reservoir near Glen Rose, TX

Best Fishing Times
11:24PM to 1:24AM, and 10:15AM to 12:15PM

Alternate Fishing Times
4:53AM to 6:53AM

Fishing Squaw Creek Reservoir, TX on 3/27/2015 will be best from 11:24PM through 1:24AM, and from 10:15AM to 12:15PM. If those times won’t work for you, 4:53AM to 6:53AM looks promising. Remember to adjust these times based on barometric pressure, and weather changes.

Weather for Squaw Creek Reservoir

Current Temp: 70
Max Temp: 75
Min Temp: 70
Outside: clear sky
Wind: Gentle Breeze
Wind Speed: 4.45
Wind Direction: West-northwest
Humidity: 24
Pressure: 1021
Sunrise: 6:24 AM
Sunset: 6:47 PM

1 Fishing Reports for Squaw Creek Reservoir - Glen Rose, Texas

11/22/2011 7:50 PM

Fishing Tips for Squaw Creek Reservoir

The fishing in Squaw Creek Reservoir is not the best around but all the species present are above average. LARGEMOUTH BASS: The best time to fish for the bass is in the spring and fall when the water temp is in the 50s through the mid 70s. At that time of the year you should use topwaters, soft plastics, crankbaits, and live bait near fallen trees, weeds, and coves that are protected from the wind. The rest of the year you should try fishing near structure in 10 to 30 feet of water with crankbaits, soft plastics, and live bait. CATFISH: In the spring catfish can be caught near fallen trees and inlets on live fish, dead fish, worms, stinkbait, and shrimp. The rest of the year you should try drift fishing flats with the same baits. After dark is the time catfish are the most active. CRAPPIES: The only time anybody fishes here is in the spring when the crappies can be caught in large numbers near fallen trees, brush, rocks, and protected coves on jigs, spinners, and live bait. WHITE BASS: The white bass are in the same boat as the crappies as far as fishing interests goes; huge numbers of people fish for them in the spring when they are running up the rivers and then forget about them the rest of the year. For white bass the best baits are jigs, soft plastics, live bait, and spinners. Good luck fishing!

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Squaw Creek Reservoir is a reservoir located just 3.7 miles from Glen Rose, in Somervell County, in the state of Texas, United States, near Rainbow, TX. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including white bass, redear sunfish, catfish, redbreast sunfish, largemouth bass, crappie, bream and bluegill here.

To find this fishing spot check the map shown above or enter 32.28848 latitude, and -97.76031 longitude into your GPS device. View Squaw Creek Reservoir Topo Map.

And please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the reservoir is open to the public, and that you have the necessary fishing license. Now what are you waiting for, get fishing!
Squaw Creek Reservoir est un réservoir situé à seulement 3.7 miles de Glen Rose, dans le Somervell County, dans les état de l'Texas, United States, près de Rainbow, TX. Les pêcheurs trouveront une grande variété de poissons, y compris bar blanc, crapet redear, catfish, crapet rouge-gorge, achigan à grande bouche, marigane, bream et bluegill ici. Que vous soyez autrement vos chances d'obtenir une morsure ici sont bonnes. Alors prenez votre canne à pêche à la mouche favorite et la bobine, et partez à Squaw Creek Reservoir.

Pour trouver cet endroit de pêche consultez la carte ci-dessus ou entrez 32.28848 de latitude et de longitude -97.76031 dans votre appareil GPS. Voir Squaw Creek Reservoir Carte Topographique.

Et s'il vous plaît n'oubliez pas de vérifier avec les poissons de la faune locale et du service pour assurer le réservoir est ouvert au public, et que vous avez le permis de pêche obligatoire. Maintenant, ce que vous attendez, vous la pêche!
Squaw Creek Reservoir es el embalse situado a 3.7 miles de Glen Rose, en Somervell County, en los estado de Texas, United States, cerca de Rainbow, TX. Los pescadores encontrarán una gran variedad de peces incluyendo lobina blanca, pez luna redear, catfish, petirrojo pez luna, lobina, tipo de pez, bream y bluegill aquí Ya sea que esté de lo contrario sus probabilidades de contraer una picadura de aquí son buenos. Así que coge tu caña favoritos pesca con mosca y carrete, y diríjase a Squaw Creek Reservoir.

Para encontrar este lugar de pesca Consulte el mapa que aparece arriba o entrar en 32.28848 latitud, y -97.76031 de longitud en el dispositivo GPS. Ver Mapa Topográfico de Squaw Creek Reservoir.

Y por favor recuerde verificar con el local de Pesca y Vida Silvestre del departamento para garantizar la embalse es abierto al público, y que tiene la licencia de pesca necesario. Ahora, ¿qué estás esperando, consiga la pesca!
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