The Lakes of Danbury is now featuring six fishing lakes equipped with boats along with four walk-around ponds for bank fishing.  In the last six months, we have stocked Florida, Native, and F-1 Largemouth Bass while adding more forage fish.  Additional stocking is planned and all of our lakes are full of water.

We survived the worse Texas drought in more than 75 years and we look forward to a great 2010.

Remember, spring is just around the corner and we have already had recent catches of 70 plus bass in a half day of fishing.  So bring the family and come join the fun at the Lakes of Danbury.


For the individual who loves largemouth bass fishing, The Lakes of Danbury is a little piece of heaven. Imagine, arriving to fish for the species and size sportfish you desire in addition to having the ability to choose the setting. Visiting on holiday or business travel? Longing to test your fly-fishing skills? Thinking about organizing a business and family picnic? We have the right package for you.

You may choose a small meandering lake lined with cypress and willow tress and loaded with standing and fallen oak, or opt for one of our larger lakes which host varying types of aquatic plants and structure, and provide an open feeling.

If you would like the unique challenge of chasing the elusive trophy bass or simply desire quantity rather than size, we have the perfect “hot action” lake for you.


Summertime in Texas usually proves to be a sweltering experience. But fishing in the cool morning air might surprise you. Picture this: fishing at dusk, in calm glasslike water, watching the beautiful Texas sunset, and fishing with a top water bait; BANG the water in front of you breaks with that big bass mouth enveloping your lure. Got your attention now? See our membership and sportfishing options while they last.