Are you looking for a new place to go fishing where you are sure to get the best catch? Luckily, the experts here at CraigCat are here to help. We want to inform you of the best fishing spots in Texas. Also, be sure to check out our power catamaran for sale. 


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The Best Fishing Spots In Texas

  • Caddo Lake 
    • A tranquil environment and the only “natural lake” in Texas, Caddo Lake boasts a variety of fish. From largemouth bass to crappie, largemouth and white bass and sunfish, fishing enthusiasts won’t have trouble reeling in their next catch. The lake has a maximum depth of only 20 feet with a 60 percent coverage dominated by aquatic vegetation, whose capacity was increased to 26,800 acres by the construction of a dam on Cypress Creek. Soak in your natural surroundings, as the maze of cypress trees, Spanish moss, and lily pads set the perfect ambiance for a peaceful day of fishing.
  • Choke Canyon Reservoir
    • Located on the Frio River, Choke Canyon Reservoir is a popular spot for Texans to go fishing and is where various fishing tournaments take place. Just an hour outside of San Antonio, you’ll feel like a world away with the diverse collection of wildlife, including alligators, hogs, and turkeys. With lush vegetation of water star grass and American pondweed, largemouth bass anglers find the most success here during the spring, fall and winter months. While the summer heat can make it more challenging, it is often a great place to come throughout the year with plenty of catfish, including blue channel catfish and flathead catfish as well as crappies.
  • Lake Texoma
    • Sitting on a massive 89,000-acre reservoir, Lake Texoma is one of the four great border reservoirs and is known for its abundance of bass fishing. You’ll also find great smallmouth bass action, found primarily around the bluffs at Eisenhower State Park, along the Denison Dam, and near the Washita River arm. The lake here doesn’t have the big hydrilla flats, flooded timber, moss-lined shorelines or other familiar covers that other lakes have, so your best bet is to head to the rocky banks to find some great bass action. Small crankbaits, curly tail grubs and finesse worms are recommended as bait when fishing here.
  • Lake Amistad
    • Home to a 64,900-surface-acre reservoir fed by the Rio Grand River, Lake Amistad is located around 12 miles northwest of Del Rio on the northwestern tip of the South Texas Plains. Considered an excellent topwater lake in the spring and fall, other times of year make it more challenging due to the high winds. A multi-tiered bass fishery that has seen some of the most impressive weigh-in totals in Bassmaster competitions, even when you factor in the rugged structure of rock ledges and shoreline, it’s still a top bass fishing lake and a great place to try out all types of fishing.
  • Lake Fork
    • Known by many as the best lake in Texas for big bass, Lake Fork is a 27,690-acre reservoir located 65 miles east of Dallas. Originally designed as a premier bass fishing lake, holding some of the most impressive records for largemouth bass caught in Texas, you’ll find plenty of fishing enthusiasts here trying to catch a record-breaking catch. Big Florida brood bass were placed in small lakes and ponds before the dam was closed, creating one of the best places to catch bass in Texas. Only a couple hours’ drive east of big-city attractions in Dallas, it draws anglers from throughout the nation.
  • Lake O The Pines, Texas
    • Boasting a diverse fish community with a variety of angling opportunities, Lake O’ The Pines has some great bass fishing not only for largemouth bass but also smallmouth bass. Located in northeast Texas, here you’ll find ample vegetation and a good chance to catch quality fish, especially in the spring and fall, as the combination of shallow water and its various covered areas set the grounds for bass and baitfish. Shallow-water spring and summer anglers will find this area ideal for reeling in their catch. Crappie and sunfish are quite abundant, while channel, blue and flathead catfish are also present.
  • Cedar Creek Lake
    • A summertime favorite, Cedar Creek Lake offers a great place to go fishing for bass. Not far from the Fort Worth-Dallas Metroplex, this bass fishery is ideal for those who want to stay nearby and not travel too far distances to reach great bass fishing. It’s here that anglers have found some of the best spots are found near its waterfront properties. The largemouth bass fishing is typically better at the lower end of the lake where the water is clear, while you can navigate the narrow channels to find shallow-water bass action. If you’d rather stay near the groups of people, it is recommended to stay near the Clear, Caney and Twin Creeks further down the lake, where schools of white bass and hybrids are found.


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Make this season one to remember with the best fishing spots in Texas. If you would like more information about any of our quality catamaran boats, please visit our Contact Us page or call us at 1-877-999-4228. We look forward to working with you and providing an exceptional experience at a reasonable price. Come by today and try our CraigCat and compact boats for yourself. Our small powerboats are located near Texas.

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