Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide
Fish with the BEST Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide, Andrew Taylor! Do you like to catch explosive Hybrid-Stripers? If you want excitement and a chance to catch a fish of a lifetime your best chance will be on Tawakoni! We specialize in catching Huge Hybrid Stripers on Lake Tawakoni! Only 83 miles east of DFW airport lies Lake Tawakoni, home of trophy hybrid stripers. This East Texas Jewel holds large numbers of trophy hybrid striper, white bass, and striper! Come join us on Lake Tawakoni, and catch your Hybrid Striper of a lifetime!
Lake Tawakoni Fishing
Striped bass, hybrid striped bass and white bass are vital to the local economy, providing excellent fisheries especially in the lake’s open water areas. Striped and hybrid bass are stocked annually by TPWD to maintain the fisheries. Channel and blue catfish are abundant, along with limited numbers of flathead catfish. Largemouth bass is also a popular sportfish in this reservoir. Crappie fishing can be good around standing timber, bridge pilings, and artificial fish attractors.
From November- February it’s time to start chasing the Huge Trophy Blue Cats. Tawakoni is known as the Catfish Capital of Texas and for good reasoning, our average fish on a trip is around 40 pounds. We specialize in drift fishing this East Texas Jewel for BIG Blue Cats! Join the Pictures of Big Blue Catfish Wall of Fame today! Come join us today!
Lake Tawakoni Catfish Record
The current rod and reel Lake Tawakoni Catfish Record belongs to Jody Jenkins at 87.50 lbs! You could be the angler to break this record with Andrew Taylor! Catfishing is one of Lake Tawakoni’s sure bets. Anglers use a range of baits including cut bait, shrimp, liver, stink baits and earthworms. Techniques include drift fishing, bank fishing, and trotlining. Catches of trophy blue catfish, especially during winter months are fairly common and Lake Tawakoni Fishing Guide Andrew Taylor will work hard to put a big blue catfish in the net!
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Lake Tawakoni Fishing Report