The Choke Canyon Reservoir covers 25,670 acres with a maximum depth of 95.5 feet and mild water conditions. Predominant fish species in Choke Canyon include: largemouth bass, white bass, crappie and catfish, bluegill & redear sunfish and alligator gar. The 130 miles of shoreline offer deep and shallow brush and trees, rocky points and humps, and aquatic vegetation. Spring and Fall feature shallow-water fishing while most of the fish move deeper in summer and winter.
We specialize in fishing bass and crappie. Our guides have years of experience on this lake and know the best locations to get you a cooler full of these amazing fish. They love to take the time to really educate clients on techniques and show them the art of fishing.