Are you looking forward to doing a lot more fishing once you’re retired? No longer will you have to limit your fishing excursions to a singular day off, the weekends, holidays, etc. Once you retire, you’ll finally be able to go fishing pretty much when and where you want.
If you’re considering a move to Lewisville, TX, first – think about residing in one of today’s Independent Living Communities. Numerous amenities are provided. So many, in fact, that a resort-style atmosphere exists in most of today’s retirement communities. What’s more, complimentary transportation is a distinct possibility, depending on the community you choose. Imagine leaving the driving to someone else, so all you have to worry about is packing a picnic lunch and getting your fishing gear together.
Lewisville, Texas has an abundant supply of great fishing spots. Let’s check out a few of them here.
What Kind of Fish Do You Want to Catch? Lake Lewisville Probably Has It!
The type of fish you’re looking for will help determine which specific location you decide on, but here are some of the more common fish species available in Lake Lewisville:
- White crappie
- White bass
- Spotted bass
- Largemouth bass
- Hybrid striped bass
- Channel fish
- Blue catfish
Tips for Catching Specific Lake Lewisville Fish Species
Want to catch a specific species? Here are some tips:
- The most popular Texas fish by far is the largemouth bass.
- The most activity in the lake is provided by white bass and white crappie.
- For even more fishing fun, the lake stocks hybrid striped bass, if you’re looking for open water sport fish.
- Looking for largemouth bass? Along the shoreline, you’ll find timber structures. Hit those spots first.
- The best cat fishing can be found in the old Lake Dallas area.
- Hickory Creek – and the main lake’s humps and ridges – will provide opportunities for hybrids.
- In the summer, the best white bass fishing opportunities exist. To find them, follow the gulls.
Stewart Creek Park
Located in The Colony, Lake Lewisville fishing can also be accessed from Stewart Creek Park. There’s a boat ramp, swim beach, and more here. Catch sand bass, hybrid bass, channel catfish, and black bass at this location. You won’t even need a boat because the bank fishing here is good – particularly during the hybrid bass and sand bass run.
If you’re looking for sand bass, hybrid bass, crappie, channel fish, brim, blue catfish, or black bass, consider Lake Park, home to the Lake Lewisville Fishing Barge. Endless outdoor fun awaits you at this 662-acre location. The four main areas of Lake Park consist of a golf course, day-use areas, athletic facilities, and a marina.
Andrew Brown Park East
For some great fishing close to home, head over to Coppell’s Andrew Brown Park East. In addition to fishing, they have amenities like a playground, picnic area, and more. For local anglers, they offer both a stream and a pond. You can catch sunfish, largemouth bass, and common carp here.
Planning a Move to Lewisville, TX?
Our Independent Living Retirement Community, in addition to offering numerous amenities like complimentary transportation, features beautiful one- and two-bedroom apartments. Life is so grand here, you may find yourself straying from home less and less. Regardless, you’ll have lots of time for fishing, now that you’re retired.
If you’d like to know more about the members of our team, what we have to offer, or have other inquiries, here are some ways to gain information:
- Click our Video Tour on this page.
- Speak to someone about sales and leasing by calling 972-779-0782.
- Fill out our online form.
- For other inquiries, please contact us at 972-810-0200.
Until you can schedule a tour in person, this will give you an idea of what we offer. We look forward to meeting you.