About Texas Weekend Angler
Texas is a big state, full of angling opportunities. From tangling with bass in the ultra-clear waters of Lake Amistad to pulling bigmouths from the stump-filled waters of Sam Rayburn, from sight-casting to snook in the Lower Laguna Madre to tricking trout in Galveston Bay, from fly fishing for rainbow trout in the Guadalupe to catching yellowcats on the Brazos there is certainly something for everyone in the Lone Star State.
Regardless of where and how you fish, you will find plenty of information to help you get the most out of your next trip at TexasWeekendAngler.com, the state’s most comprehensive fishing site. Texas Weekend Angler boasts an impressive array of feature articles on both fresh and salt water fishing, links to weather reports for every major Texas lake and bay, a complete guide directory, and regular fishing reports from across the state.
Texas Weekend Angler is the only site in Texas dedicated to helping fishermen improve their angling skills by giving them in-depth information on when, where and how to catch more fish and have more fun doing it. Not only is Texas Weekend Angler updated several times per week, all previous feature articles are archived, serving as an online library of angling know-how for fishermen.
Whether your game is plunking poppers for panfish or big-sticking the surf for shark, you’ll find Texas Weekend Angler has articles and information suited to your needs. Of course, there’s also the possibility you’ll find something totally unexpected – something that urges you to try something new. That, too, is one of our goals – to get fishermen to enjoy the full realm of what Texas waters have to offer.
We have worked hard to ensure Texas Weekend Angler provides all the information necessary for fishermen to have successful and enjoyable outings on Texas rivers, lakes and bay. However, we are constantly striving to improve and welcome suggestions. If you have a question or an idea for an article you’d like to see posted on Texas Weekend Angler in the future, feel free to contact us.
In the meantime, enjoy your visit to the online world of Texas fishing information. We hope you find your visit useful and enjoyable.