Lake Falcon is a reservoir on the main stream of the Rio Grande RiverIt is located 40 miles east of Laredo on Highway 83 in Zapata and Starr counties. With 83,654 sq. miles of surface, Falcon hold lots of big bass and channel cat. It has quickly become one of the top trophy lakes in the US for largemouth bass. With its scattered and sparce hydrilla, those who learn Falcon can find large concentrations of bass in small areas. This is a great lake to fish, if you know where to fish. This map will show you the best spots. It even has GPS coordinates of the best spots for each seasonal pattern. With depths incremented down to 1 foot, it is a very detailed map and will be of great help whether you have fished Lake Falcon all your life or if you just started.
This map was made with the assistance of local Lake Falcon guides. It has a table on it with suggestions for each time of year for bass, crappie and catfish. The table includes the local name of each of these spots as well as GPS coordinates.
Top Fishing Spots on Lake Falcon
These are some of the spots detailed on this map.
- Goose Bay Flats Spawn Area
- State Park Cove NE Spawn Area
- Rock Point
- South Coyote Hump
- Tiger Bay Cove Spawn Area
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