Due to low water levels, the boat ramp is not usable at this time.
Location: On the headwaters of the Pecan
Bayou 25 miles east of Abilene and 5 miles south of Clyde
Surface area: 449 acres
Maximum depth: 30 feet
Conservation Pool Elevation: 1,668 ft. msl
Fluctuation: Moderate, sometimes prone to long periods with dropping water levels
Normal Clarity: Slightly stained to stained, visibility up to 3 feet
Reservoir Controlling Authority
City of Clyde
Clyde, Texas 79510
Predominant Fish Species
No maps available
All species are currently managed under statewide regulations.
Largemouth bass and crappie fishing historically has been good to excellent for quality and trophy-sized fish. Over the past several years severe drought has drastically reduced water levels and fish populations.
When the lake fills again, acres of brush and black willow trees will be flooded to provide cover.
Crappie, bass, and catfish fishing will remain poor until the lake catches significant water and maintains good levels for at least 2 to 3 years.