Impounded in 1960, Lake Tawakoni bass fishing is great just about year around. Located on the Sabine River. Pool level is 437 ft mls with a fluctuation average of 2 to 4 ft annually. The normal lake water is slight to moderate algal staining. Lake Tawakoni has a surface area of 37,879 acres.
Here are some Lake Tawakoni Hotspots with best baits to use: Rabbit Cove is the place to catch some big fish. try roadbeds and shallow brush. Wolf Cove…use spinner baits, buzz baits, in timber.
Bug-A-Bass, Luck o’ The Irish Fishing Guide Service, Messin’ with the Fish Guide Service, Gene Snider, Dennis States, Texas Guide Fishing Service.
Vegetation is sparse on the lake with flooded timber being the most abundant cover. Try main lake humps as they tend to attract larger schools of striped bass. For more active Black Bass, try spinner baits and crank baits which are the most popular choice. A variety of plastic worms work best during the hot months of July and August. Early morning top water baits are normally Poppers, Prop Baits or Flukes. Channel catfish are good all year using cut shad or smelly bait, however Crappie fishing on this lake is only fair.
There are 9 RV Parks and Marinas on Tawakoni Lake with most being on the east part of the lake. Most offer a boat launch and RV spaces with 30 amp and 50 amp RV hookups. Many also offer year around rates which is popular for our northern friends. RV Park rates are from $20 to $25 per night with the off season being somewhat less. It is recommended that you reserve your RV Park space well in advance on Lake Tawakoni, as it is a popular place during the peak season.