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Bob Sandlin and Monticello
(Navionics)
PM5019 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
   

Bridgeport
(Navionics)
PM5020 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95

 
Buchanan
(Navionics)
PM5008 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
   

Cedar Creek Reservoir - South
(Navionics)
PM5024
- 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95

 

Cedar Creek Reservoir - North
(Navionics)
PM5025 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
  Cedar Creek Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A419 - 24"x36"
A fairly shallow lake that sustains thriving populations of largemouth and white bass. A 12 pound largemouth stands as the current lake record.

34,000 acres
$8.95
 

Choke Canyon Reservoir
(Navionics)
PM5023 - 24"x36"
NEW! Using Texas sized measurements, largemouth here are growing to semi-trophy proportions. The lake record is 14.67 pounds and 10 pounders are common. Crappie and blue catfish numbers are strong. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
26,000 acres

$
12.95
  Choke Canyon Reservoir
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A420 - 24"x36"
Using Texas sized measurements, largemouth here are growing to semi-trophy proportions. The lake record is 14.67 pounds and 10 pounders are common. Crappie and blue catfish numbers are strong.
26,000 acres

$8.95
Lake Conroe
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A421 - 24"x36"
Lots of white bass and largemouth. Heavily stocked lake. Crappie and channel cat numbers good.
21,000 acres
$8.95
   

Cypress Springs
(Navionics)
PM5028 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
 

 

Eagle Mountain
(Navionics)
PM5067 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
  Fayette County Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A439 - 24"x36"
The bass population is excellent on this power plant lake. Catches of 3-pound largemouth are common. Nearly 90% of all bass taken are Floridas. Big cats too!
2,400 acres
$8.95
Lake Fork Reservoir
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A422 - 24"x36"
Lake Fork Reservoir is regarded as the best bass lake in Texas, and one of the top in the U.S. The six heaviest largemouth bass on record, and 36 of the 50 largest bass in Texas, came from Fork. Considering this impoundment is relatively new, it has rapidly gained legendary status and should continue producing huge bass in prolific numbers.
$9.95
  Lake Houston
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A440 - 24"x36"
Abundant crappie and bream. Bass average 1-1/2 to 3 pounds. Some largemouth reach the low teens! White bass, hybrids and channel catfish are available.
12,700 acres
$8.95
 

Joe Pool Lake
(Navionics)
PM5034 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
   

Lewisville and Grapevine
(Navionics)
PM5035 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
Lake O' the Pines
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A424 - 24"x36"
An excellent lake for largemouth bass. A combination of dark-colored water and an average depth of 13 feet keep fish close to the surface. Nice size crappie, redear sunfish and bluegill. Channel cats too!
18,700 acres
$8.95
  Lake Livingston
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A427 - 24"x36"
A productive and diverse fishery. Although the greatest amount of fishing pressure is applied to the abundant white bass population, Livingston is also a great crappie, catfish, striper (pure and hybrid) and black bass resource
90,000 acres
$8.95
Lake Meredith
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A428 - 24"x36"
Considered the best walleye lake in Texas with plenty of trophy potential. Smallmouth bass are around in good numbers with 6-pounders reported on a regular basis.
16,505 acres
$8.95
  OH Ivie Reservoir
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A429 - 24"x36"
Largemouth over 10 pounds are available. Big crappie and lots of them. Smallmouth and walleye populations are growing.
19,200 acres
$8.95
Palestine
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A430 - 24"x36"
Hybrid stripers doing well here. Crappie, largemouth bass, blue and channel catfish populations are strong.
25,500 acres
$8.95
  Possum Kingdom
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A431 - 24"x36"
Structure ranges from steep, rocky bluffs to shallow flats. This variety adds up to excellent fishing for large black bass and trophy stripers. Sand bass are fairly abundant and provide exciting action.
17,700 acres
$8.95
Lake Ray Hubbard
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A432 - 24"x36"
Channel cats, largemouth bass and white crappie grow faster in Ray Hubbard than in any other lake in the state. This water is surprisingly under fished for black bass and is a sleeper for good largemouth.
22,745 acres
$9.95
  Lake Ray Roberts
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A433 - 24"x36"
Great bass fishing, with 6,7,8 & 9-pounders a regular occurrence. It's already given up 14-pound fish! Slab crappie in the 3- and 4-pound class are caught. Good white bass and channel cat action.
29,350 acres
$8.95
Richland Chambers Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A434 - 24"x36"
An excellent forage base feeds marvelous growth rates for gamefish. Black bass are the anglers prime target with many double-digit weights reported. White bass and crappie numbers are great.
44,750 acres
$8.95
  Sam Rayburn Reservoir
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A435 - 24"x36"
This huge, fertile body of water is a largemouth haven and regarded as one of the top bass lakes in Texas. Some locals believe the first 20-pound fish swims in this water. Crappie are a favorite and all three species of catfish are abundant.
114,806 acres
$8.95
 

Tawakoni
(Navionics)
PM5044 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
   

Texoma - East
(Navionics)
PM5045 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
 

Texoma - West
(Navionics)
PM5046 - 24"x36"
NEW! Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
   

Travis
(Navionics)
PM5047 - 24"x36"
NEW! Lake Travis is one of the premier tournament waters in the state of Texas. An abundant largemouth bass population dominates angling activites on the lake but crappie and catfish also provide good action. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
Lake Texoma
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A353 - 24"x36"
This 50-year old border water reservoir continues to maintain a quality fishery. Stripers dominate the lake and receive nearly 75% of the angling pressure. Largemouth aren't whoppers here, but the numbers make up for it.
89,000 acres
$9.95
  Toledo Bend - North
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A437 - 24"x36"
This sprawling reservoir straddles the Texas/Louisiana border and is supported by stocking through both states. Nice stripers, largemouth and crappie. Catfish, bream, white bass and yellow bass are holding good numbers.
185,000 acres
$8.95
Toledo Bend - South
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A438 - 24"x36"
This sprawling reservoir straddles the Texas/Louisiana border and is supported by stocking through both states. Nice stripers, largemouth and crappie. Catfish, bream, white bass and yellow bass are holding good numbers.
185,000 acres
$8.95
  Eagle Mountain Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L709 - 24"x36"
Located just northwest of Fort Worth, Eagle Mountain Lake is fishing and recreational resource for the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Anglers will find good populations of largemouth and spotted bass within the lake. Spring is the premier season for white bass as they move into the West Fork Trinity River. Channel, flathead and blue catfish are all found within the lake and blues can reach excellent sizes.
$9.95
  Lake Tawakoni
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L710 - 24"x36"
Built in 1960, the lake now contains a robust fishery of white, hybrid and striped bass.  Good catches of blue catfish are also available.  Not heavily pursued by anglers, the largemouth population offers good numbers of fish.
36,700 acres

$9.95
  Lake Buchanan and Inks Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L711 - 24"x36"
Completed in 1937, Lake Buchanan is the northern most lake within the Highlands Chain of lakes.  An impoundment of the Lower Colorado River, the lake is approximately 22,335 surface acres in size and boasts a boasts robust populations of striped and white bass.  Under-rated populations of largemouth bass and Guadalupe bass also exist.  Rounding out the fishing opportunities are good populations of channel catfish, flathead catfish and blue catfish.
22,335 acres

$9.95
Lyndon B Johnson and Marble Falls
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L712 - 24"x36"
Lake Lyndon B. Johnson is part of the Highland Lakes chain of lakes located just outside Austin , Texas .  The water level of LBJ does not experience much fluctuation throughout the year and provides approximately 6,449 acres of surface water.  Largemouth bass are are the most sought after gamefish in the lake but LBJ holds one of the best populations of crappie of any of the Highland Lakes.
$9.95
Lake Travis
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L712 - 24"x36"
Lake Travis, part of the Highland Lakes Chain of lakes, is one of the premier tournament waters in the state of Texas. Its approximate 18,622 surface acres and 271 miles of shoreline provide ample habitat and structure for a variety of fish species. An abundant largemouth bass population dominates angling activites on the lake but crappie and catfish also provide good action.
18,622 acres

$9.95
Wright Patman Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L714 - 24"x36"
Created for the purpose of flood control in 1956, Wright Patman Lake supports a wide array of recreational opportunities. The numerous parks around the lake provide ample resources for water-based activities. The lake supports abundant populations of white bass and hybrid striped bass. Crappie and catfishing is also very good on the lake. Largemouth bass are found in moderate numbers but, quality-sized fish are present. Large amounts of vegetation can be found in the lake and vast areas of submerged timber provide habitat for fish.
$9.95
  Lake Whitney
(Fishing Hot Spots)
L715 - 24"x36"
The numerous U.S. Army Corps of Engineer and Texas-operated parks around Lake Whitney provide ample water-based recreational opportunities.  Boating and water skiing are popular but, the lake is known for its excellent fishery.  Striped bass and white bass can be found in excellent numbers throughout the lake.  The ample open water habitat and strong forage base allow these fish to thrive.  Good numbers of largemouth bass are also found and an occasional smallmouth bass may be found.  Channel, flathead and blue catfish fishing is good within the lake.
$9.95

Whitney
(Navionics)
PM5022 - 24"x36"
NEW! Striped bass and white bass can be found in excellent numbers throughout the lake.  The ample open water habitat and strong forage base allow these fish to thrive.  Good numbers of largemouth bass are also found and an occasional smallmouth bass may be found.  Channel, flathead and blue catfish fishing is good within the lake. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$12.95
     

 

 

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