Lake Tyler Fishing and Water Levels

Fishing on Lake Tyler Texas

Both Lake Tyler East and Lake Tyler (West) have a widespread reputation as consistent largemouth bass fisheries. The moderately clear waters of the lakes reaches a maximum depth of 40 feet, with a fluctuation of 2 feet.

The lakes are popular with tournament anglers and host frequent night tournaments during the summer months.

Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Crappie, Catfish and Sunfish are the dominant species caught in the lakes. There is moderate native vegetation, floating, submergent and emergent. At times some hydrilla is found in Lake Tyler East.

Thanks to Tyler's mild year-round climate, fishing in both lakes is good all year. However, boating and personal watercraft activity can become very busy during summer months.

Consequently, anglers find that early morning and late evening are better, quieter and less crowded times to fish.

Additonal Fishing Information for Lake Tyler

For fishing regulations, stocking data, fish records, and other current information, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife website on Lake Tyler.

Lake Tyler Water Levels ... Conservation Pool Elevation is 375.40'
USGS Identifier 08034000
Chart and Data Courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

chart of Lake Tyler Water Levels in feet above sea level

 

Lake Tyler Marina

The Lake Tyler Marina Resort is located near the Lake Tyler dam, at 18183 Concession Road, Whitehouse, TX 75791. Phone 903-839-2650.

It features a boat launch, RV park, convenience store, grill open for breakfast and lunch, fishing supplies, bait, gasoline and much more.

Read more at the official Lake Tyler Marina Resort website.

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Lake Tyler near the Marina
Lake Tyler near the Marina

Quiet scene at Lake Tyler
Quiet scene at Lake Tyler