2017 World Championship
Located 10 miles west of Nacogdoches, Texas, Nacogdoches Lake was impounded in 1976. With moderately clear water conditions, numbers of bass are relatively high and the most popular game fish is the largemouth bass. The lake has a surface area of 2,212 acres and aquatic vegetation primarily includes hydrilla and American lotus. Known for producing trophy-sized bass, the most successful time for catching largemouth bass is during the fall, winter and spring months.
Lake Naconiche is a smaller reservoir with only 692 surface acres, located 14 miles northeast of Nacogdoches. Impounded in 2009, Florida largemouth bass were transported to this lake for stocking, which makes the most popular fish at Lake Naconiche the largemouth bass. Lake Naconiche consists of lily pads, hydrilla, and standing/submerged timber and has moderately clear water conditions.
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