to Lake Fork , Texas. Lake Fork has not only produced the Texas record
Large Mouth Bass, It has also produced more bass over 13 lbs than any
other Texas lake.


Bass fishing is great but so is the Crappie and Catfish fishing


LAKE FORK holds 15
of the top 20 Texas State Record Largemouth Bass. In 1980 it was
impounded and reached it's normal pool surface elevation of 403.0 above
sea leavel in 1985. It contains 27,690 surface acres, located in Wood
and Rains County in Northeast Texas, between the towns of Alba, Emory,
Quitman and Yantis, Texas. Lake Fork offers 315 miles of shoreline and
has a drainage area of 493 miles. The dam is 12,410 feet in length and
impounds Lake Fork Creek, a tributary of the Sabine River, and other
major creeks are Big Caney and Little Caney.




Lake Fork,  is known throughout the world as a premier Largemouth Bass fishing lake. Visitors are surprised to discover that it is also one of the best Crappie fishing lakes in the world. It is also host to outstanding Catfish fishing. One can easily catch a limit of Catfish almost anywhere in the lake. The Texas State record Largemouth Bass was caught in Lake Fork.


There are numerous marinas, tackle shops, and motels. For those not fishing, there is great antiquing in nearby Mineola or Gladewater.   Tyler
has all the shopping convenience of any large city and, of course, the
Dallas / Ft. Worth metroplex is only an hour and a half drive away.


               So, y’all come and enjoy Lake Fork and the rest of  Texas!!!