Brandy Branch Reservoir is a popular Texas State Fishing spot suitable for activities such as boating, canoeing, camping, kayaking, fishing, picnicking, swimming and much more. Brandy Branch Reservoir is located on Brandy Branch Creek in Harrison County, 10 miles east of Longview, Texas. Brandy Branch Reservoir has the GPS coordinates: 32.446044, -94.47238. In addition to Brandy Branch Reservoir’s amazing beauty and natural history, Brandy Branch Reservoir is an ideal getaway for families who enjoy the great outdoors in Texas.
The Reservoir is used for power plant cooling and recreation. Structural habitat is mainly inundated timber. Native submersed aquatic vegetation and hydrilla were the most dominant plant types during the 2011 survey. Eurasian watermilfoil was discovered in 2007. Giant salvinia was introduced from a boat trailer in 2008 and immediate efforts to eradicate this invasive species were successful, as it has not been detected since the initial introduction.
Before visiting Brandy Branch Reservoir you should contact the local agency for more information. The Direction to Brandy Branch Reservoir and weather information can be found by clicking on the Driving Direction link and Weather link in the article. Visitors who have visited Brandy Branch Reservoir are encouraged to post reviews of the Brandy Branch Reservoir and images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Boat ramps
- Picnic tables
- Largemouth bass
- Bluegill and redear sunfish
- Channel catfish
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How to get Brandy Branch Reservoir:
On Brandy Branch Creek in Harrison County, 10 miles east of Longview