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Lake Fork

Lake Fork is not only one of the most elite trophy bass fishing lakes in the world, it also serves as a reservoir for its neighboring communities and cities.  With a surface area of more than 27,000 acres, and 325 miles of shoreline, relaxation is at its finest here. According to Texas Parks & Wildlife, more than 65% of the Texas Top 50 largest bass (including the current state record) and more than half of those entered in the Toyota ShareLunker Program were caught from Lake Fork.  Whether you come for the trophy bass tournaments, the premier Lake Fork Golf Course, retirement, or just to relax and enjoy nature's beauty, you'll find what you've been looking for here. 

Lake Tawakoni

Lake Tawakoni is best known for its catfish, but is home to striped and hybrid striped bass, white bass and largemouth bass.  Lake Tawakoni offers many recreational opportunities, including: camping, swimming, fishing, hiking, and boating.  The Lake Tawakoni State Park is 376 acres with 5 miles of shoreline and is home to a swimming beach, hiking trails, 40 picnic sites and boat ramps and is just 21 miles from downtown Emory! 

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