4. Millers Pond
Millers Pond is also located in the city itself and is part of the Texas Parks & Wildlife’s Neighborhood Fishin’ program. Each winter, rainbow trout are stocked into the pond, with channel catfish being added in the summer. It's a beautiful spot, with the park also featuring various sporting fields, picnic areas, and large open spaces for families and groups of friends to enjoy the day.
5. Choke Canyon Reservoir
Located a short drive outside of San Antonio, Choke Canyon Reservoir is one of the ultimate San Antonio fishing locations for anglers on the lookout for catfish. The reservoir measures up at an impressive 25,670 acres, meaning you can always find a nice quiet spot to spend the day, and is nearby various other good fishing spots too. Fish that can be found in this body of water include channel catfish and flathead catfish, as well as white bass, largemouth bass, and sunfish.
6. Woodlawn Lake Park
Located not far from downtown San Antonio, Woodlawn Lake Park is a popular inner city fishing spot for anglers of all ages and experience levels. The lake here is stocked up with catfish and largemouth bass and is a fine spot for a catch and release session with the kids. The park also offers a swimming pool, sporting fields, walk trails, and more, as well as a handy fishing pier for anglers to enjoy.
7. Brackenridge Park
No list of San Antonio fishing spots would be complete without a mention of one of the city's most famous landmarks: the San Antonio River. If you'd like to test your skills against the denizens of the river itself, Brackenridge Park is the place to be. It's a large park right by San Antonio Zoo, featuring train rides, sporting fields, picnic areas, and lots of walking trails for everyone to enjoy. It also features great bank access and the river is regularly filled with various kinds of trout.