Livingston Largemouth LbNA # 20924
|Placed Date||Mar 15 2006|
Relocated and replaced log (12/29/08)
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, 400 yards RT)
Recommended Ink: green
Largemouth bass get their name because their upper jaw reaches far beyond the rear margin of the eye, making a very large mouth indeed. Because it is so much fun to catch and eat, it is by far the most sought-after fish in Texas, and can be found in many of our lakes, including Lake Livingston. Lake Livingston SP offers camping, picnicking, swimming pool, mountain biking, nature study and fishing for several types of fish besides bass. No fishing pole is needed to catch this microbox, but you might want to bring one to catch the real thing.
The park is located 1 mile south of Livingston and 75 miles north of Houston. From Hwy 59, go 4 miles west on FM 1988, then .5 mile north on FM 3126 to Park Road 65. Pay fee and get map at Entrance Station and continue to first intersection. Turn right and drive to first parking area on right, which is the trail head for Pineywoods Nature Trail. Park by the kiosk.
Walk on boardwalk by kiosk to the Butterfly Garden before the Duck Pond. Turn right and continue on boardwalk 55 steps to a pine and other tree next to each other 5 steps off the boardwalk to the right. Camo microbox is behind the pine tree under needles and sticks. Please re-cover well.