Lake O' the Pines'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.
There are fish attractors out in the main body of the lake. These areas are generally man-made brush piles or tire reefs and they are marked by buoys marked Fish Attractors. These areas are well know for catching crappie. There are several submerged bridges that are hot spots at times. In addition to boat fishing we have areas for bank fishing both on the lake and below the dam along the Big Cypress Bayou. When the bass or crappie are schooling fishing is excellent.
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