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Fishing in Braunig Lake
Just 17 miles from downtown San Antonio, you can escape the city and get back to nature. Come fishing at Brauning Lake and discover peace, solace, and some incredible angling action, as you go after a range of tough-fighting and delicious fish.
You may not think of Red Drum when planning a freshwater fishing adventure, but these Coastal Bend favorites are also the stars of Braunig Lake. Growing to over 20 pounds, these strong, tasty creatures possess everything you want out of your game fish. Target them along with Largemouth and Hybrid Striped Bass, as well as Catfish, and you’re in for a fun-filled day out.
With fishing possible so close to town, you can join a Brauning Lake fishing guide for as little as four hours to get your fix of fishing. The keener anglers among you can also take advantage of full day trips, making sure that you fill the boat with plenty to take home. Most guides run trips in Calaveras Lake, too, so get in touch before you go, and let them know you want a Brauning Lake fishing adventure.
Rules & Regulations
Before fishing at Brauning Lake, you’ll need to get yourself a Texas freshwater fishing license. These can be bought online from the state’s DNR, or from any big retailer. Other than that, your professional guide will make sure you keep within all state bag and size limits.
Braunig Lake Fishing Seasons
The mild weather and lack of rain make South Texas one of the best places in the country for a winter getaway. Come and get on the water and get your fill of exciting Bass and Catfishing.
If you’re one of the two million people visiting the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, then why not escape the hustle and bustle for a few hours? Head to Brauning Lake and get your fish on.
As spring kicks in, there are signs of new life all over the lake. Target Largemouth and Hybrid Striped Bass, along with Catfish, and some early Red Drum for serious fishing action.
Make the most of the Largemouth season, before these exciting creatures go into hiding during the warmer months. Spend anywhere from 4–8 hours on the water and go after ‘em all.
Between the Fiesta San Antonio and the summer rush, May is the ideal time to visit Brauning Lake. Come and target all of the lake’s prized fish before the tourists start crowding you out.
The clear waters of the lake are just the tonic to cool off after a day in the sun. Take advantage of the numerous camping grounds nearby and arrange a vacation around your fishing adventure.
Hybrid Striped Bass and Red Drum are the flavors of the summer, and for good reason too. These beauties are abundant in the lake, giving you the chance to land some for a delicious BBQ.
Bring the whole family to enjoy the riches of South Texas’ freshwater fishing opportunities. Target some delicious creatures and make your holiday one to remember for a long time.
There’s no sign of summer going anywhere, but the fishing is starting to slow down as fall beckons. Go after Catfish for your best bet of success, and you may just attract something else too.
It may be the quiet season for fishing at Lake Brauning, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy the beauty of the lake. Let the warm weather tempt you to see what you can catch!
With the holiday season around the corner, there’s never a better time to stock up on some meat. It may not be traditional, but fill the freezer with Catfish and the family are sure to be happy!
See out the year as you mean to spend the majority of the next one. The mild weather means that there are plenty of chances to get on the water right until the clock strikes 12 on the 31st.
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Reviews of Fishing in Braunig Lake
Half day trip with captain Shawn.
Rene R. fished with Fishtrips on May 15, 2019
Fish with Captain Shawn!! You will be very very glad you did!!
Half day trip with San Antonio Fishing Charter and Travis
Gary B. fished with San Antonio FISHING CHARTERS on April 26, 2019
Use one of the Charters and fish/catch your dinner on our power station cooling lakes. The cost is about the same as a trip to the coast to fish but here you can catch and for kids that is great.