HR Seventh Heaven

This river access area will be closed to public visitation on April 6-9, 2024 for a special event.

Leased Fishing Access

Riverbank launch with leased-access sign

Located on the south bank of the Llano River near the city of Llano, in Llano County.
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Lease period: December 1, 2018 to August 31, 2024
Please contact in advance for gate code.
Phone: (512) 790-0036
Lat/Long: 30.711083, -98.886587

Check the USGS stream gage near Mason or the USGS stream gage at Llano for current flow conditions.

Area Description

Located off County Road (CR) 103 (Schneider Slab Rd) near Llano, this site offers a canoe/kayak launch point for entering or exiting the Llano River as well as a parking area for vehicles and/or trailers. The site is approximately 4.8 river miles downstream of the FM 2768 crossing near Castell, and 4.8 river miles upstream of the CR 102 crossing near Llano. Float times will depend on water level, flow rate, wind speed, and how well the fish are biting!  

Special Conditions on Public Use

Access is open from 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset for angling from the bank and launching non-motorized boats, canoes, kayaks, or other floatable devices for the purpose of fishing. Vehicle and trailer parking shall be in designated areas only. Access to the parking area must be gained via the gate located off CR 103. Please call (512) 790-0036 prior to arrival to acquire the gate code.

Pack It In, Pack It Out

TPWD strives to leave our environment cleaner and more natural than when we found it. We encourage and expect all visitors to do the same by taking any trash and recycling out of the access area and properly disposing of the materials.

Angling Opportunities

Fishing opportunities abound in this segment of the Llano River for Largemouth and Guadalupe Bass. Channel Catfish and Sunfish are also good species to target. Fishing for bass is best when the water is clear, as these species feed primarily by sight. Anglers should target faster riffle areas for Guadalupe Bass, and downed trees and aquatic vegetation in pool habitat for Largemouth Bass.

Anglers are urged to practice moderation in harvesting sportfish in this segment of the Llano River, especially Guadalupe Bass.

Fishing Regulations

All species are currently managed under statewide regulations.