Texas Crappie Fishing

Lake Arrowhead:  Located about fifteen miles southeast of Wichita Falls off of US Highway 281, about 15,000 acres of water surface.

Lake Bob Sandlin:  Located on the Big Cypress Creek about five miles from Mount Pleasant in Titus, also located in Franklin and Camp counties, about 9000 acres of water surface.

Lake Conroe:  Located on the West Fork of the San Jacinto River in the counties of Montgomery and Walker, about 20,000 acres of water surface area.

Lake Corpus Christi:  Located in San Patricio this is a Nueces River watershed, you’ll find it located near Live Oak and Jim Wells counties as well, and about 20 miles northeast of the city of Corpus Christi.

Lake Livingston:  Located on the Trinity River in the counties of Polk, Trinity, Walker and San Jacinto, there is a dam located in Polk and San Jacinto great for fishing near, the late is west of the city of Livingston and about 50 miles outside of Houston, this is a large 90,000 acres of water surface area.

Lake Lyndon B Johnson:  A great small lake on the Colorado River in the county of Burnet, it is near Marble Falls, Granite Shoals and Kingsland, and has a surface area of 6400 acres.

These are just a few of the many lakes that you’ll find Texas crappie fishing abundant in.  And, do not forget the small ponds and rivers, either, as they often have a large supply of fish for you to enjoy spending your mornings and evenings (the best time to catch crappie) fishing for.  Try out several of these locations.

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Dan Eggertsen is a fellow crappie fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on crappie fishing since 2004.

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