Lake O' The Pines RV Parks, Cabins For Rent, Fishing Videos, Texas (TX)

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Lake O' The Pines Texas (TX), is located in the Cypress River Basin.
 It covers Camp and Upshur counties
Texas, and is approximately 25 miles north of Longview TX.
Known for it's great White Bass and white and black Crappie fishing, anglers love to fish on Lake Of The Pines. In addition to good fishing, there is an abundance of Large mouth Bass and bluegill, which makes it great fishing for the entire family.


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Predominant Fish Species: Largemouth bass   Crappie   Catfish White & hybrid striped bass


RV Parks on Lake O' The Pines

There are 22 RV Parks and Marinas covering the lake. Most offer RV spaces with RV hookups. Many also offer year around rates which is popular. RV Park rates are from $25 to $30 per night with the off season being somewhat less. It is recommended that you reserve your RV Park space well in advance on Lake O The Pines as it is very popular.

Cabins For Rent

Cabins are abundant plentiful with a wide range of prices with $50 to $100 being the average. Some Lake O The Pines fishing guides live on their home lake and more are offering cabins for rent. This is an igood deal because in addition to the seclusion and away from the crowds, you have the guide’s expertise on Lake O The Pines.

Vegetation: Coverage is from 15% to 20% of the lake's area. Dominant types are buttonbush,  hydrilla, and water primrose. Fish are more active in the fall, winter and spring months due to the much cooler weather. Of course they are active much longer during daylight hours and are normally found in shallow water early morning and late afternoon For active fish, try spinner baits and crank baits. Plastic worms seems to work well during the hotter months fished in grass. Early morning top water baits are Poppers, Prop Baits, Flukes.

White Bass are abundant and native to the lake as well as black crappie, largemouth bass and bluegill.

Impounded in 1956, Lake Of The Pines Texas pool level is 228 ft mls with a fluctuation average of 4 to 5 ft annually. The normal lake water is normally moderately clear. Lake O The Pines has a surface area of 16,919 acres with a maximum depth of 49 ft. We offer the latest and up to date information for your vacation for you and your family and we actually visit and fish all the areas we list. We invite you to view all our website and if you have any questions, please email us.

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