They do say everything is bigger in Texas and when it comes to largemouth bass, they may be right. The
A Special thank you to the Texas Parks & Wildlife and their Share Lunkers program for providing such useful data and images. More importantly, thank you for promoting catch and release angling. Let ’em go, Let ’em grow!
1) Lake Sam Rayburn
Lake Sam Rayburn is nestled in the ecologically rich region of southeastern Texas amid the famous Piney Woods. Immerse yourself in the true outdoors while having a legit chance at landing a new personal best from the famous Lake Sam Rayburn.
2) Lake Allan Henry
In west Texas, there sits a little sleeper lake that continually pumps out mega bass. Sitting 45 miles south of Lubbock in the desolate Brazo River Basin is Lake Allan Henry. Relatively low fishing pressure blended with an ample forage base makes this little gem a destination worth visiting.
3) Lake Fork
The stomping grounds of Lake Fork Guy and a well known big bass factory, Lake Fork is no secret amongst serious Texas anglers. Just a few hours outside of Dallas, this system continues to produce big fish even with the heavy fishing pressure.
4) Falcon Lake
Straddling the US-Mexico border on the Rio Grande River is the notorious Falcon Lake. Originally built to conserve water, prevent flooding, and bring hydropower to the area, the
5) Choke Canyon Reservoir
Just south of San Antonio is the Choke Canyon Reservoir – With a strong panfish, bass, catfish, and alligator gar populations, it’s easy to understand why anglers are dumping their boats into Choke Canyon each weekend.
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