Why Fishing In texas?

Texas is a big place. You know the saying, everything is bigger in Texas. I guess that can saying and others like it can be applied to fresh water fishing in Texas. It is a big state so there are lots of great places to fish. In the next few articles, we will hit some of the better places to fish all across the state. For the purpose of these articles we will break it down by region. There is the Panhandle Plains, Prairies and lakes, the pineywoods, gulf coast, South Texas Plains, Hill Country and Big Bend Country. In the Panhandle Plains region, there are the following lakes and what is putting up hot action right now: Alan Henry: Black Bass, Crappie and catfish Arrowhead:

Black Bass Crappie and blue catfish Brownwood: Black Bass, Hybrid Striper, White Bass, Crappie Channel cat fish, and yellow catfish Coleman: Black Bass, Hybrid Stripers, Crappie, Channel Catfish, and Yellow catfish Ft Phantom Hill: Black Bass, White Bass, Crappie, catfish Hubbard Creek: Black Bass, Crappie, catfish White River: Black Bass, Crappie, catfish In the Prairies and Lakes Region there are the following bodies of water that are great for fishing: Athens, Bastrop, Belton, Bridgeport, Cedar Creek, Cooper, Fayette, Gibson Creek, Granbury, Grapevine, Joe Pool, Lavon, Lewisville, Navarro Mills, Palestine, Proctor, Ray Hubbard, Ray Roberts, Richland Chambers, Somerville, Stillhouse, Tawakoni, Texoma, Weatherford and Whitney. In this region, you can expect to catch Black Bass, Hybrid Stripers, Crappie, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish and Yellow catfish.

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