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If you are interested in fishing and you are planning a RV vacation this year, then you should definitely head towards Texas. Traveling to Texas in your motorhome will make your trip easy, with convenient beds and a kitchen with plenty of stock to treat you when you come back from the lake.

Freshwater fisherman will definitely find abundant walleye, crappie, catfish and sport chasing black bass in Texas Lakes. Lake Arrowhead, which is close toWichita Falls, is well-known for its white crappie species.LakeMeredithin the same region provides walleye fans a run for their money. Plenty of RV campsites at both parks make arranging the fishing camp simple and easy.

Lakes like Houston County, Sam Rayburn and Toledo Bend in the Piney Woods area ofEast Texasare nationally famous for black bass. Well-known fishing tournaments fill the calendar of this region as well, so make sure join if you like to be competitive in your fishing techniques.

Turn you motorhouse to the Lakes Region of West Texas, this place is a home to many freshwater fishing lakes. You will find wonderful Lake Texoma on the border of Oklahoma, bluegill galore, bass, catfish and more and also a plenty of privately operated and campgrounds of US Corps of Engineer RV.

Don’t miss your opportunity to get on fly fishing with Texas Gulf Coast. Fly fishing fans gather every year to Sabine Lake on Louisiana border, where record sized trout test their skills. Trout fishing in this area is fabulous, so plan to camp across the coastline and visit various lakes and canals on your trip. Your freshwater fishing trip wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the lakes of South Texas, where you can find redfish and striped bass in abundance. For ultimate South Texas fishing journey, try Choke Canyon, Braunig or Calaveras.

There is no other better place to try your hand in freshwater fishing other than Texas. Set up your boat to a wonderful motorhome and get on the road toTexas.