From what I still remember from fishing it from a kayak several years ago, the fishing was equally good on either end. Still can't decide which I liked better, was very windy the whole time there but could find plenty of places to hide out.
Caught my biggest bass on this crankbait I found 30 feet above the water line. Lake was 38 feet low at the time.
Within a mile or so paddle of Zapata ramp.
Not far from Zapata ramp.
Mexico side, easy paddle from Zapata ramp if it isn't too windy.
State Park ramp.. I fished with friend from boat on both ends of lake to get some ideas and then 2 days from kayak.
Campsites in state park.
View from state park camping area. Have no idea of water levels but there were plenty of folks that had driven much closer to the water and were fishing from shore in that area. Plenty of coves within a mile or two to stay out of wind.
Can't remember the name of this place but was in the boat at the time and it was one of the community holes that most know about. Beautiful area. Fishing wasn't that great on the trip from what my bud expected but we did manage 4 fish over 7 lbs for the 4 days. I thought the fishing was great. I would probably do the same thing next time.. fish both ends.. both different, both beautiful. Good Luck!
A good rule of angling philosphy is not to interfere with another fisherman's ways of being happy, unless you want to be hated.
Zane Grey, Tales of Fishes, 1919https://vimeo.com/73372194