With this Lake Conroe Topographical Map get great information on one of the preferred smaller bass fishing lakes for pros and amateurs alike. This is an excellent Lake Conroe Topographical Map. These maps feature all depths of the reservoir.
On This Lake Conroe Topographical Map You Will Find
- Submerged roadbeds
- Submerged bridges
- Creek channels and river channels
- Topographical information of all submerged areas: hills, slopes, ditches… the full terrain of the bottom of the lake
- A detailed chart of places to fish for each specie (bass, bream, catfish, crappie) at each time of the year, complete with bait/lure recommendations. This information is supplied by local fishing guides.
You Will Also Find
- Boat landings and parks
- Restaurants, tackle stores, lodging etc.
- Emergency info and phone numbers
- Local roads and travel info
We ship these maps to the same professional fishermen (and women) that you see on TV winning tournaments. This map will give you a really good start at having a successful fishing trip on Lake Conroe.
The entire map has GPS coordinates, so if you can see a spot on the map, you can put your boat right on top of it as long as you have some kind of GPS on the boat. Even if you don’t have GPS on your boat, the map can be used visually with precise accuracy.
Top Fishing Spots on Lake Conroe as Detailed on this Map
- Island Point
- Christmas Tree
- Alred Hole
- Old River Road Bridge
- Old River Road Bed
- 9 Foot Ridge
- Diamond Head Flats
- Marina Creek Channel
- D83 Hole
- Pump Station Cove
Lake Conroe is located in Montgomery and Walker Counties of Texas. It is part of the San Jacinto complex and is managed by the San Jacinto River Authority. The city of Houston owns a two-thirds interest in the lake and the lake winds partly through the woods of east Texas.
Being a mature reservoir, completed and filled in late ’73, good management practices have made Lake Conroe a producer of nice bass, crappie and catfish.
21,000 surface acres
Avg. depth: 20.5 ft.
Max. depth: 79 ft
Elevation: 201 ft.
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