Lake Granbury Boat Ramps

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Granbury City Park

Granbury City Park is located off Business 377 in the City of Granbury. It offers a concrete boat ramp, parking area, restroom, and a swimming area. This is open all year with no fee required.

Hunter Park Boat Ramp

Hunter Park is located on the west side of Lake Granbury just north of the city of Granbury, Texas. It offers a concrete boat ramp, two fishing piers, courtesy dock, restroom, picnic area, and a free campsite. This is open all year round with no fee...

Rough Creek Park Boat Ramp

Rough Creek Park is located off Texas 144 just south of Granbury. It has a wide boat ramp that can handle all boat types, a small dock, a parking area for vehicles, a picnic area, and a campsite. This is open all year with no fee required.

DeCordova Bend Park

DeCordova Bend Park is located near the dam. It has a single-lane concrete boat ramp, fishing pier, access to tailrace area, parking area, restroom, and campsite. This is open all year round with no fee requirement.

Thorp Spring Park Boat Ramp

Thorp Spring Park Boat Ramp is located on the west side of the lake. It has a single-lane concrete ramp that can accommodate all boat types, a parking area, a restroom, and a campsite. This is open all year round with no fee required.

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Lake Granbury Weather Forecast


Gradual Clearing

Hi: 70

Saturday Night


Lo: 41



Hi: 72

Sunday Night


Lo: 40



Hi: 63

Monday Night


Lo: 41



Hi: 70

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 41

Lake Granbury Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 12/2: 692.25 (-0.75)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 29)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 60 degrees; 0.38 feet below pool. Granbury water temperature is close to 60 degrees and continues to fall slowly. The lake is full and water clarity is good, especially on the lower ends. Sand bass are good on white/chartreuse slabs fished in 12-20 feet of water near channel breaks. Look for the birds to point you to active fish. Crappie are good to excellent on structure on jigs and small minnows. Best crappie action is reported near submerged timber by Mallard Pointe and the Peninsula. Striped bass are fair to good on trolled Alabama rigs and live bait fished on the lower ends in 15-25 feet of water. Large blue and yellow catfish to 30 pounds plus continue to be caught on the upper ends on shallow flats using cut shad. Largemouth bass are fair to good near creek entrances and near 10- 15 feet on soft plastics and crankbaits. Report by Michael Acosta, Unfair Advantage Charters. Striped bass fishing is tough because the pattern is inconsistent, but the bite can be good. The fish are meaty and healthy. Landing catches with shad, swimbaits, or deep diving crankbaits from mid lake to the dam. Report provided by Kraig Sexton, Sexton's Guide Service LLC, Fishing Charter, Marine Electronics & Whitney. The water was slowly clearing and the temperature was as low as 50 degrees near the bank. Largemouth are biting blue shad or silver colored swimbaits. Drum are hitting minnows. Both are sizable catches. Catfish have slowed but are still good on cut bait and minnows. A few small stripers can be caught from the bank on minnows but they are sporadic. Report by Terry Hodges, local angler.

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