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DATE

 September 15 & 16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 HOST MARINA

 

 Still House Hollow Marina

 

4596 Simmons Rd

 

Belton, TX 76513

 

254-939-5741

TAKE OFF

Safelite Official Start Time TBD 

  Still House Hollow Marina

254-939-5741

 

 WEIGH IN

 Day 1 - 2:00pm

 

Day 2 - 2:00pm

 

 


 

 

OFF LIMITS:

The lake will be off limits to all YFL Fishing this includes boat captains starting on :

 MondaySeptember 10 at 12:01am - Friday September 14 at 06:00am.  Friday starting at 06:01am is the official practice day.  FRIDAY the lake will go off limits at 4:00pm till the start of the event.  

If you are caught fishing Monday - Thursday or durning the off-limits you will be DQ'ed.

 

 

 

 

  Additional Stillhouse Info

Catch Limit: 5 bass; Size Limit: 14" Largemouth & Smallmouth

 

 

 

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Marina Info:

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Stillhouse Park
  • Located downlake on the north shore. From I-35, take US 190 west and watch for signs.
  • Four-lane ramp adjacent to marina
  • Fee required
  • Open all year
  • Operated by US Army Corps of Engineers (254) 939-2461
  • Marina (254) 939-5741

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lake Characteristics

Location: Five miles west of Belton off US 190
Surface area: 6,429 acres
Maximum depth: 107 feet
Impounded: 1968

Water Conditions

Current Lake Level
Conservation Pool Elevation: 622 ft. msl
Fluctuation: 3-4 feet
Normal Clarity: Very clear

Reservoir Controlling Authority

US Army Corps of Engineers 
Belton/Stillhouse Hollow Lake
 
3740 FM 1670
Belton, Texas 76513
(254) 939-2461

Brief Overview: 
Stillhouse Hollow Lake is a very clear and deep lake (107' maximum depth) with a shoreline that is undeveloped except for some Corps of Engineer Parks. The Lake is an impoundment of the Lampasas River and is about 15 minutes from Belton and Salado. The main lake area is dominated by steep rocky shoreline with limited amounts of standing timber.

 

Fishing: 

According to Texas Parks & Wildlife, largemouth bass are the most abundant sportfish in the reservoir, although there is also a good population of smallmouth bass. Fair to good populations of channel catfish are also available.

Camping, Waterfront Lodging, and Day Use Parks

The only alternative for lodging on the lake is Dana Peak Park and Union Grove Park, both of which have a limited number of tent and RV sites with water and electricity. Union Grove also has screened shelters. Salado is only 15 minutes from the lake and they have a plenty of outstanding B&Bs in historic homes.

Nearby Activities: 
Salado and Belton are 15 to 20 minutes from the lake if you feel like exploring either city. Dana Peak has some excellent hiking, biking, and equestrian trails that can be challening and rewarding with awesome views of the surrounding territory. Click here to learn more about the trails and see some pictures. There is also an easy trail for the entire family in Chalk Ridge Falls Park which is at the south end of the dam. The trail has lush scenery as it winds along the creek, up and down hills, by some waterfalls, and over bridges including a suspension bridge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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