21 Best Places to go Fishing in Texas

Fishing is an integral part of most Texans’ lives, and most of us have been doing it since we were young's, the state is home to 36 rivers and 6,736 lakes and reservoirs for fishing enthusiasts to explore. With 377 miles of coast along the Gulf of Mexico, there is no shortage of fishing opportunities in the Lone Star State. From crappie to largemouth bass, white bass and catfish, whether you’re a seasoned pro or a curious collector, you’ll find countless places to enjoy a day out on the water. Combining scenic views of lakes, rivers, streams and creeks with outdoor adventures, here are some of the best places to go fishing in Texas.

Now that summer is in full swing, it’s the perfect time to head out on the water and try to catch yourself a nice supper. Texas has countless places for excellent fishing, but we have come up with 21 of what we consider to be the top fishing spots in the state of Texas.

1) Rollover Pass   
2) Lake Livingston 
3) Toledo Bend 
4) Lake Sam Rayburn 
5) Caddo Lake 
6) Choke Canyon Reservoir 
7) Port Mansfield in Laguna Madre 
8) Devil's River 
9) Lake Texoma 
10) Lake Tawakoni
11) Robertson Park
12) Lakeside Marina
13) Harbor Bay Marina
14)Lake Amistad 
15) Lake Fork 
16) Lake O' The Pines 
17) Cedar Creek Lake 
18) Falcon Lake 
19) Guadalupe River 
20) Colorado Bend State Park 
21) Blanco State Park
 1) Rollover Pass (Closed)

People come from all over the U.S., and maybe even the world, to fish at this renowned spot on the Bolivar Peninsula.

Tons of fish swim through this man-made strait that connects the Gulf of Mexico with East Bay,

which makes for wonderful opportunities to catch a great fish.

2) Lake Livingston










































What is your favorite fishing spot in Texas? Share with us in the comments!