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Lake Cisco

Eastland County, TX
Eastland County, TX
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On Sandy Creek 55 miles east of Abilene and 5 miles north of Cisco
1,050 acres
LAKE SIZE
70 feet
MAX DEPTH
1509 feet
ELEVATION
FISH TO CATCH
Channel Catfish
Crappie
Largemouth Bass
Redear Sunfish
Sunfish
White Crappie
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Lake Cisco.
FISHING COVER/STRUCTURE
The steep-sided nature of Lake Cisco provides windy-weather fishing opportunities. Willow trees in the upper end of the north arm and the Sandy Creek arm line the creek channel. The reservoir is also loaded with dead flooded brush, boat docks, and rocky bluffs and points. In 2016, TPWD worked with local partner organizations to install brush piles made of recycled Christmas trees. Anglers may use GPS in conjunction with a fish finder to locate these structures. See online fish attractor map

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ANGLING OPPORTUNITIES
Largemouth bass fishing is good to excellent for numbers of fish. Florida-strain largemouths were introduced 1991. Redear and redbreast sunfish are underutilized at Lake Cisco.
TIPS & TACTICS
This would be a great place to take children fishing for sunfish with minnows, nightcrawlers, or mealworms. Largemouth bass can be caught at the lower end around the large boulders and points or in the shallow, more off-colored, waters of the north arm or Sandy Creek. Fall bass fishing with buzzbaits can be heart-stopping. Spring fishing with worms or jigs flipped into willow trees, or hard and soft jerkbaits fished along the rocky and brush-covered coves, is hard to beat.
FISHING COVER/STRUCTURE
The steep-sided nature of Lake Cisco provides windy-weather fishing opportunities. Willow trees in the upper end of the north arm and the Sandy Creek arm line the creek channel. The reservoir is also loaded with dead flooded brush, boat docks, and rocky bluffs and points. In 2016, TPWD worked with local partner organizations to install brush piles made of recycled Christmas trees. Anglers may use GPS in conjunction with a fish finder to locate these structures. See online fish attractor map

Get downloadable file
CONTACT / CONTROLLING AUTHORITY
City of Cisco
PO Box 110
Cisco, Texas 76437
(254) 442-2111
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