Canyon Lake Fish Attractor Project
The running conservation project by the Canyon Bass Club in cooperation with Texas Parks and Wildlife, WORD, and the Army Corps of Engineers assembled, transported to boats, and distributed 21 fish attractors into the lake. These artificial habitats mimic trees. They are placed underwater to attract most cover-seeking species like sunfish, crappie, and large-mouth bass. Sometimes big catfish will hide in the cover as well.
For specific coordinates click HERE.
Current Boat Ramp Status
There are 23 boat ramps located around Canyon Lake. WORD provides services at the nine free county ramps. The chart below lists the location and status of each ramp:
|1||Canyon Lake Village||579 Skyline Dr.||Open|
|2||Canyon Lake Village West||2410 Colleen Dr.||Open|
|5||Canyon Lake Forest||3150 Canyon Lake Forest Dr.||Open|
|6||Canyon Lake Hills 1-East||2078 Canyon Lake Dr.||Open|
|7||Canyon Lake Hills 2-West||862 Ledge Rock Dr.||Open|
|8||Canyon Springs Resort||1298 Canyon Springs Dr.||Open|
|11||Cypress Cove-Rebecca Creek||3850 Tanglewood Trail||Open|
|22||Canyon Lake Shores||808 Park Shores Dr.||Open|
|23||N. Cranes Mill-Mystic Shores||22100 N. Cranes Mill Rd.||Open|
For information on ramps managed by other agencies:
Current Lake &
- Guadalupe River @ Spring Branch (Upper): 618 cfs
- Guadalupe River @ Sattler (Lower): 385 cfs
- Guadalupe River @ New Braunfels: 529 cfs
- Canyon Lake Reservoir: 910.76 ft
For more flow rates, visit the USGS website.