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CURRENTLY 65°
LIGHT RAIN FOG/MIST
WINDS NORTH @ 0MPH
HUMIDITY 98%
VISIBILITY 7MI
DEW POINT 64°

Lake O' the Pines

Camp County, TX
Camp County, TX
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On Big Cypress Creek in the Cypress River Basin, 25 miles northeast of Longview in Marion, Morris, Upshur, and Camp counties
19,780 acres
LAKE SIZE
50 feet
MAX DEPTH
FISH TO CATCH
Blue Catfish
Channel Catfish
Crappie
Flathead Catfish
Largemouth Bass
Sunfish
White Bass
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Lake O' the Pines.
FISHING COVER/STRUCTURE
Aquatic macrophytes are present in moderate densities throughout the reservoir. Hydrilla is the dominant aquatic plant species. Working with the US Army Corps of Engineers and local partners, TPWD has enhanced structure in this reservoir by installing artificial fish attractors. See online fish attractor map

Get downloadable coordinates.
ANGLING OPPORTUNITIES
This lake's diverse fish community offers many angling opportunities. White bass are native to the Cypress River Basin; the population is abundant and contains many legal-size fishes. Crappie, also popular with anglers, are quite abundant with large proportions of legal-size fish available. Both white and black crappie are present with black crappie being the dominant species. Channel, blue, and flathead catfish are all present. The largemouth bass population is abundant with many legal-size fish available for harvest. Sunfish (bluegill, redear, and redbreast) are abundant with quality-size fish available.
FISHING REPORT
EXCELLENT. Water lightly stained; 65 degrees; 0.60 low. Largemouth bass are excellent on soft plastics, square billed crankbaits, jigs, topwater, and frogs in 4-16feet. Crappie are excellent on jigs and minnows near brush piles, fallen timber, and creeks. Catfish are good with cut bait, chicken liver, or punch bait.

Source: Texas Parks & Wildlife

Source:
FISHING COVER/STRUCTURE
Aquatic macrophytes are present in moderate densities throughout the reservoir. Hydrilla is the dominant aquatic plant species. Working with the US Army Corps of Engineers and local partners, TPWD has enhanced structure in this reservoir by installing artificial fish attractors. See online fish attractor map

Get downloadable coordinates.
PLACES TO SAY
STAY 22: Lake O' the Pines
CONTACT / CONTROLLING AUTHORITY
US Army Corps of Engineers
2669 FM 726
Jefferson, Texas 75657
(903) 665-2336 (information)
(877) 444-6777 (camping)
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