Pickwick Lake is a favorite fishing location of those looking to catch bass. Located in the northwest corner of the state, this 43,000-acre lake includes nearly 500 miles of shoreline. The lake is home to many different fish species, including bass, crappie, catfish, walleye, stripers, hybrid striped bass, sauger, spotted bass and sunfish. While the shoreline can be difficult to access, there are a few locations where you can fish from the bank. Your best bet is to fish from a canoe, kayak, pontoon, pleasure boat or fishing boat. You’ll find the most fish near the boat docks, brush, rocky banks, and creek channels. Pickwick Lake offers many amenities, including several marinas, boat rentals, camping, restaurants, lodging, and places to buy fishing gear.
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Pickwick Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Pickwick Lake.