Longview and East Texas Lake Fishing Guide 903-806-8316 [email protected]

      Smitty’s East Texas Fishing Guide charters you to the excellent sport fishing at Lake O’ the Pines. This lake is one of my favorites.

      Smitty’s East Texas Fishing Guide service leads you to the best fishing spots in area lakes like Lake O the Pines, Martin Creek Lake, Lake Fork and Lake Bob Sandlin.

      Chuck ‘Smitty’ Smith is an expert fishing guide on Lake O the Pines ( some say Lake Of The Pines ).  He has been crappie fishing on this East Texas Lake ever since he was a kid and know it intimately. Chuck learned all the bass fishing tricks peculiar to this lake and moved into pro status with tournament angling with BassMaster Weekend Series now called the ABA (American Bass Association). 

      Lake O’ the Pines includes about 18,700 acres of water and 9,000 acres of land located in the piney woods of Northeast Texas. The lake is located partially in Marion, Harrison, Upshur, Morris and Camp Counties. Recreation opportunities are numerous with camping, boating, fishing, hunting, watchable wildlife, and bird watching, including wintering bald eagles. Other local attractions include antique shopping, Mardi Gras Upriver, the Annual Historic Pilgrimage, and Christmas Candlelight Tour in Jefferson, TX. Local attractions also include Stagecoach days, a Fire Ant Festival and Christmas lights in Marshall, TX, along with Texas Wildflower Trail routes along some area roads.

      Current Lake Level Information

      Activities and Amenities

      Boating
      Camping
      Fishing
      Hiking
      Site Picnicking
      Playground
      Park
      Water Sports
      Wildlife Viewing

      Make Reservations (Recreation.gov)

      Camping, Lodging and Day Use

      Reservoir Controlling Authority

      US Army Corps of Engineers
      2669 FM 726
      Jefferson, Texas 75657
      (903) 665-2336 (information)
      (877) 444-6777 (camping)

      Water Conditions

      Conservation Pool Elevation: 228.5 ft. msl
      Fluctuation: Average 4-5 feet annually
      Normal Clarity: Moderately clear

      This information courtesy of:
      The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Lake O’ the Pines, TX </> 5-2015
      Recreation.gov,
      Lake O’ the Pines, Texas 5-2015

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