Lake Lavon, Texas
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About Lake Lavon
Lake Lavon is located in Collin County northeast of Dallas and 4 miles northeast of Wylie, off Texas Highway 78. It has a surface area of 21,400 square feet and has a max depth of 59 feet. The lake was impounded in 1953 and doubled in size 1974. The lake is generally clear with a light green stain in the water.
Fishing Lake Lavon
Fish in Lake Lavon primarily use underwater structure to stage and sit on. Most structure in this lake is in the form of standing timber, especially uplake in the East Fork Trinity River arm and the Sister Grove/Pilot Grove Creek arm. When present, aquatic vegetation is generally in the backs of the many small bays and coves along both sides of the two main arms running north and south. Infrequent stands of cattail surrounded by water can provide excellent habitat for most species. Outflow from the electric generating plant on the east side of the east arm can attract fish in winter, when ambient water temperatures dip. Rip-rap along the dam provides excellent habitat for largemouth bass, channel catfish, and sunfish.
Lake Lavon Fishing Regulations
See state guidelines for fishing Lake Lavon here: Statewide Length and Bag Limits