The freshwater fishing enthusiast will enjoy fishing Lake Texana for bass, crappie, catfish, and bream. A wide variety of native plant species thrive in the lake, including water hyacinth, coontail, spikerush, cattail, pondweed, bull's tongue, pickerel weed, and duckweed. Two exotic, invasive species exist in the lake: hydrilla and giant salvinia. The giant salvinia is presently limited to the Sandy Creek arm of the reservoir.
A boat ramp is available in the Brackenridge Recreation Complex. Also, you will find a fish cleaning station equipped with water and electricity near the Complex's boat slips.
There are covered boat slips near the marina. Call our Park office for information, rates, and availability.