If it’s your dream to catch a trophy-sized largemouth bass, you’ll want to take a trip to Lake Bill Waller. This 200-acre lake boasts some of the biggest bass catches in the state. The second-largest fish in the state was caught here – a 15-pound, 14-ounce whopper. The lake has a catch-and-release policy for bass over 18 inches long, but if the bass you catch is smaller, you can take it home for dinner. This policy helps ensure the lake continues to be ripe with trophy-sized bass. The lake is home to other fish as well, including bluegill, redear sunfish, crappie, and large channel catfish. You can enjoy great fishing here from three earth piers and three handicapped-accessible piers. If you choose to head out on the lake, you can launch your boat from the boat ramp – just note that you’ll be restricted to idle speed only. With Lake Bill Waller’s ample supply of fish, you’re almost certain to catch something.
Lake Bill Waller Fish:
Lake Bill Waller boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Lake Bill Waller.