Lake Arrowhead, Texas
Lake Arrowhead Fishing Reports
About Lake Arrowhead
Located in Clay County, Texas, Lake Arrowhead was constructed as a water source for Wichita Falls and the surrounding area. The lake has a surface area of nearly 15,000 acres and is part of Lake Arrowhead State Park, with ranger-led education programs throughout the year. With angling opportunities for Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Crappie, White Bass, and Sunfish, and lots of other activities, like nature study, hiking, wildlife observation, horseback riding, camping, and disc golf, this is a great fishing destination for the entire family.
Fishing Lake Arrowhead
At Lake Arrowhead, you'll find a wide variety of fish habitat, including lotus, pondweed, bulrush, and cattails, as well as some very unique fish attractors in the form of abandoned oil derricks. These derricks were capped and sealed before Lake Arrowhead was impounded and now make for some very unique fishing sites. You can find some nice-sized Largemouths in the lower parts of the lake, especially around aquatic vegetation, woody debris, rock riprap, docks, and points. The record Largemouth was caught in March of 2008 by Mark Broadway and weighed in at 12.73 pounds, 24.25 inches.
Lake Arrowhead Fishing Regulations
State regulations apply for all species on Lake Arrowhead. Visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website for information about Lake Arrowhead fishing records, stocking history, and the latest survey report.