Christmas Tree Habitat Structure
After the 2006 Christmas holiday, TPWD’s Inland Fisheries Management crew in San Angelo was given surplus cut pine trees by a local Wal-Mart. The fisheries crew created fish habitat structures out of these trees by weighting them with bricks and sinking them in five piles of 7 to 10 trees each at Lake Nasworthy. Locations of these structures are shown on the map below. Coordinates are also available in downloadable files.
|1||31.39292199||-100.49022976||10'||intake bridge, mid-slough|
|2||31.39560428||-100.48489468||8.5'||adjacent to no-wake buoy|
|3||31.38869022||-100.48000342||14'||in line with sidewalk|
|4||31.37748110||-100.49059991||11'||around fishing pier|
|5||31.37730508||-100.51422531||12'||in front of no-wake sign|