TOP FISHING GUIDES IN TEXAS
TOP TEXAS FISHING TRIPS
As soon as tomorrow, you could have a hard fighting "Texas Trout" at the end of your line, which can reach a maximum weight of approximately 3.5 pounds. You might not think of rivers when thinking of Texas, but it is home to some fantastic river fishing on the Red River, Brazos River, Cypress River, and Trinity River. Cypress River is home to spotted bass.
The Trinity River has some of the best bow-fishing in Texas you can find. Gar in the river can be over 7 feet in length. Texas isn't a "Fish Tale" and size matters in this great state, with 5,607 square miles of inland water. This amount of inland water ranks it first in the lower 48. With so much water inside the state's borders, it can hold some very big bass! The most popular species is the Largemouth Bass, with a fantastic state record of 18.18 pounds.
Fishing Calendar for the Best Times to Fish in Texas
Where: Port Aransas
Species: Black Drum
Where: Falcon Lake Reservoir
Species: Largemouth Bass
Where: Sabine River, specifically the section to target is just above Toledo Bend.
Species: White Bass fishing is fast action and great for kids.
Where: The Baffin Bay is a fishing paradise not far from the famous King Ranch.
Species: Speckled Trout fishing so good, many Guides will relocate here during this time.
Where: Lake Texoma is the best lake in America for Striped Bass!
Species: Stripers are large and angry fighting fish.
Where: Find a fishing guide near you, because it's Free Fishing Day on the first Saturday of the month.
Species: Red Snapper or enjoy the beach and maybe catch some Mahi-Mahi too!
Where: Aransas Pass to Port Aransas is the "Kayak Highway of Texas"
Where: Rockport Fishing and enjoy some wade fishing.
Species: Try night gigging Flounder to escape the sun!
Where: Lake O' The Pines is located not far from Tyler, Texas
Species: Some great Catfish Guides on Lake O' The Pines
Where: Sabine Lake is an open lake and fishing jetty is a good choice.
Species: Redfish and you could catch 100 Trout in a day.
Where: Lake Whitney has very little traffic with hunters in the woods.
Species: White Bass fishing from April to November
Where: Toledo Bend is an East Texas gem.
Species: Largemouth Bass with a deep-diving crankbait.
WHAT KIND OF FISH ARE IN TEXAS
Are there any natural Lakes in Texas?
Yes, Caddo Lake. It’s a 25,490 acres lake that sits on the border of Louisiana and Texas. It’s home to wetlands and giant cypress trees.