Gibbons Creek Lake was impounded in 1981,has a surface area of 2,770 acres with a maximum depth of 34 feet. Largemouth bass are the most sought after sport fish in Gibbons Creek Reservoir. This reservoir has a history of producing numerous largemouth bass larger than 10 pounds. The current lake record is 16.17 pounds. Channel, blue, and flathead catfish are all abundant with catches of trophy blue and flathead catfish quite common. Crappie fishing has been very good in the past but is somewhat slower today. Crappie of good sizes can still be caught in the early spring. Bluegill are also abundant in the reservoir but do not grow to very large sizes.
Location: 2 mi. N. of Carlos, Texas on FM 244
Contact: 936- 873-2424