Fishing Habitat Deployed at Toledo Bend

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(Hemphill, TX) The Sabine River Authority of Texas (SRA) was pleased to partner with Texas Parks and Wildlife and Texas B.A.S.S. Nation to construct and deploy one hundred fish habitat structures placed into Toledo Bend Reservoir. These artificial habitat structures have been scientifically studied and proven to be effective at attracting large numbers of fish. The goal of this project is to provide opportunities for successful fishing trips for the public when visiting Toledo Bend Reservoir. The habitat structures can be located at the GPS coordinates listed below:
Haley’s Ferry: 31.72961, -93.82158 (20 structures)
Patroon: 31.50764, -93.75727 (20 structures)
Pendleton: 31.47104, -93.75264 (14 structures)
Palo Gaucho: 31.41694, -93.72186 (20 structures)
Indian Mounds: 31.34398, -93.67493 (20 structures)
Six Mile Fishing Pier: 31.23944, -93.75551 (6 structures)

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