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Fishing Hotspots for Mobile Apps - Hook-N-Line Texas Inland Lakes

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Hook-N-Line Fishing Maps are the favorite of anglers up and down the coast for their accurate, updated fishing locations and related information. How would you like to be able to load all of the fishing hotspots from these maps to your mobile device in minutes? Now you can with the partnership of Hook-N-Line Fishing Maps and Angler Products. Simply pick the map you're interested in and finish your order. Within 24 hours you will receive an email with the file to upload to your mobile device. 

To use Angler Products Fishing Hotspots 

with your iPhone you‰ willl first need to 

purchase and download the 

MotionX GPS app from the iTunes store.

 

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Lake Conroe is on the West Fork of San Jacinto River in Montgomery and Walker Counties.  Largemouth bass are the most sought after species in Lake Conroe. Catch rates are very good and the opportunity to catch a trophy bass is very high at Lake Conroe. In 1998, the biggest largemouth bass ever collected by TPWD in an electrofishing survey was taken from beneath a boat dock and weighed in at 14.1 pounds. The standing lake record caught in 2009 by angler Ricky Bearden weighed 15.93 pounds.  Channel catfish are by far the most abundant sportfish in the lake, offering most any angler a good opportunity for good catches. Bluegill on Lake Conroe grow to enormous sizes. We have interviewed anglers with 12-inch bluegills in their creels. Crappie are also very popular and offer good opportunity for anglers seeking table fare. Black and white crappie made a comeback in the lake with the efforts of the Lake Conroe Restocking Association's spring stockings of advance juvenile crappie. Good catches of crappie can be had in early spring and in the fall. The introduction of hybrid striped bass in 1995 has added another dimension to the sport fishery, offering open-water opportunities for anglers who enjoy going after these hefty fighters.

Lake Livingston is one of the largest lakes in the state, noted for its white bass population. You might catch catfish, crappie, bass or that kid favorite - perch. The park has three boat ramps, two fish cleaning stations, a fishing pier and bank fishing. For more fishing and lake information, visit our Lake Livingston page.

Lake Sam Rayburn is located on the Angelina River. Dam is located in Jasper County approximately 15 miles north of Jasper.  The most popular game fish at Sam Rayburn Reservoir is the largemouth bass; an excellent year-round fishery exists. Excellent year-round crappie and catfish fisheries are also present. White bass numbers are limited, but provide good fishing opportunities during the spring. Bluegill and redear sunfish are present in high numbers and provide good fishing, especially for youth or inexperienced anglers.

Lake Sommerville is on Yegua Creek in Washington County, 30 miles from Bryan/College Station.  White bass anglers know this lake well as a high quality fishery, especially during the spring spawning run. However the lake offers very good fishing for hybrid striped bass, channel catfish and crappie as well. Largemouth bass fishing is very good with catches of fish up to 10 pounds plus. In March 2009, angler Richard Vela caught a lake record largemouth bass weighing 13.6 pounds and donated the fish to the Sharelunker Program, the first donation to the program from Lake Somerville.

Lake Amistad is on the Rio Grande, 12 miles northwest of Del Rio in Val Verde County.  Largemouth bass are the most popular and most abundant sportfish in the reservoir. Channel and blue catfish are present in good numbers with an occasional flathead showing up. Striped bass are popular and sought by anglers due to their strong fighting characteristics and their potential for trophy sizes. Frequent stockings by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department maintain the striper population because they have not successfully reproduced in this reservoir. White bass provide popular seasonal fishing during spring spawning runs. Smallmouth bass are present; anglers report better success with this species in the Devils River arm of the lake.

Fayette County Reservoir is first and foremost a largemouth bass lake. Statewide annual tournament surveys consistently rank this lake at or near the top using quality indicators like average weight and bass caught per hour. Large numbers of two- to five-pound fish are available and relatively easy to catch at most times of the year. Channel, blue, and flathead catfish have been stocked. The lake record flathead catfish weighed 79.25 pounds and was 50 inches long. Redear sunfish also provide a fishery, with many fish exceeding 8 inches. This lake is not known for crappie fishing, and few anglers target this species.

Cedar Creek Lake is a reservoir located in Henderson and Kaufman Counties, Texas, 60 miles southeast of Dallas. It is built on Cedar Creek, which flows into the Trinity River. Floodwaters are discharged through a gated spillway into a discharge channel that connects to the Trinity River.  Blue catfish, Channel catfish, Flathead catfish, Largemouth bass, White bass, Hybrid striped bass, and Crappie are the predominant fish species of Cedar Creek Lake. The southern portion of the lake, where the water is clearer is the best fishing areas for Largemouth bass. Catfish are found everywhere, with more Blues than Channels. Fishing is particularly good in the spring and into summer. Running jug lines in the channels of the many coves using goldfish, shad, and small perch, make very good Blue catfish, and Flathead (Yellow) catfish fishing grounds due to the many smaller streams, creeks, and run-offs flowing into the lake.

Lake Fork Reservoir is located 65 miles east of Dallas on the on Lake Fork Creek, a major tributary of the Sabine River between Quitman, Alba, Emory, and Yantis, Texas. At 27,690 acres and 315 miles of shoreline, Lake Fork is one of the 10 largest lakes in Texas. Completed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife in 1980, Lake Fork was designed a premier bass fishing lake and currently holds records for 34 out of the Top 50 largemouth bass caught in Texas.

Richland - Chambers Reservoir is an excellent choice for anglers seeking catfishe, crappie, white bass or hybrid stripers. Angling for largemouth bass can be very good where anglers can find vegetation and clear water; however, these areas are somewhat limited in size compared to the lake surface. Many anglers set jug lines for catfish and go after schooling white bass and hybrids while waiting for jug line action. Richland Chambers produces abundant crappie (both black and white) and may be the most consistent fishery for these fish.

Toledo Bend Reservoir is a reservoir on the Sabine River between Texas and Louisiana. The lake has an area of 185,000 acres, the largest man-made body of water in Texas, the largest in the South, and the fifth largest in the United States. The dam is capable of generating 92 megawatts of electrical power. The dam itself is located in the northeast corner of Newton County, Texas; however, that county includes very little of the reservoir, as most of it extends northward into parts of Sabine and DeSoto parishes in Louisiana, and Sabine, Shelby, and Panola counties in Texas.  The most popular game fish at Toledo Bend Reservoir is the largemouth bass; an excellent year-round fishery exists. Good year-round crappie and catfish fisheries are also present. Striped bass are maintained by annual stockings because conditions at Toledo Bend usually do not allow a successful natural spawn. Stripers are popular due to their large growth potential and reputation as strong fighters. Bluegill and redear sunfish are present in high numbers and provide excellent fishing, especially for youth or inexperienced anglers.

Source: Texas Parks & Wildlife

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