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LAKE TAWAKONI & LAKE FORK FISHING GUIDE.
CATFISH WITH JIM TAYLOR ON LAKE FORK.
CALL JIM TAYLOR TO BOOK YOUR FISHING TRIP.
Lake Fork and Lake Tawakoni are known for their great bass fishing, anglers love to fish
on Lake Fork and Lake Tawakoni. In addition to great Bass fishing, Lake
Tawakoni has an abundance of Striped Bass which makes it the perfect
fishing vacation for the whole family.
Taylor has had 35 years’ experience of
fishing Lake Fork and Lake Tawakoni. Jim has spent all of his life working
and living right here in the Lake Fork and Lake Tawakoni area, making him
the best choice for your professional and experienced guided trip.
Taylor is here to provide you and your
group a quality fishing experience on Lake Fork or
Lake Tawakoni. Sand Bass, Crappie, Bluegill, Catfish, and, of course the
Striper. No party is too small. No person is too inexperienced. Are you
ready to experience a great fishing excursion?
Contact me now at 903.355.4176 to make a reservation.
Lake Tawakoni is on the Sabine River
in Rains and Van Zandt counties, nine miles northeast of Wills Point. The
lake, which extends into Hunt County, is impounded by Iron Bridge Dam, an
earth fill dam with a concrete spillway constructed by Forrest and Cotton,
engineers. The project is owned and operated by the
River Authority. Dam construction began in January 1958 and was
completed in December 1960. The lake has a capacity of 936,200 acre-feet
and a surface area of 36,700 acres at the spillway crest elevation of 437.5
feet above mean sea level. The 200-mile-long shoreline is in Rains, Hunt,
and Van Zandt counties.
Lake Fork is located 75 miles east of Dallas on Lake Fork Creek, a
tributary of the
River. It was impounded in 1980 and completed filling in 1985. Lake
Fork covers 27,700 surface acres. The current state record largemouth bass
(18.18 pounds) was caught from Lake Fork in 1992.