Lindale Club Lake is a reservoir located just 3.1 miles from Lindale, in Smith County, in the state of Texas, United States. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including sturgeon, flounder, red drum, tilapia, drum, bullhead, green sunfish, sailfish, warmouth, catfish, marlin, green sturgeon, walleye, cobia, eel, dolphinfish, blackfin tuna, smallmouth bass, steelhead trout, california halibut, spotted sea trout, lake trout, white catfish, chinook salmon, nassau grouper, lingcod, grouper, sockeye salmon, bream/bluegill, gar, brook trout, yellowfin tuna, flathead catfish, black marlin, redear sunfish, carp, weakfish, brown trout, bonefish, pumpkinseed, sunfish, black sea bass, northern pike, white bass, snook, amberjack, shark, jack crevalle, yellow bass, blue catfish, black bullhead, sauger, white marlin, american shad, albacore, golden trout, rio grande cichlid, sacramento perch, red grouper, redfish, smallmouth buffalo, black drum, hickory shad, panfish, tiger trout, shovelnose sturgeon, striped bass, smelt, chum salmon, pickerel, black bass, muskie, whitefish, bull trout, redfin pickerel, gulf flounder, perch, snapper, pumpkinseed sunfish, white sturgeon, white perch, splake, cutthroat trout, sucker, pink salmon, dolly varden, summer flounder, redbreast sunfish, atlantic salmon, guadalupe bass, wahoo, arctic grayling, atlantic bonito, rainbow trout, bowfin, bluefish, flier, king mackarel, halibut, winter flounder, saugeye, king mackerel, paddlefish, largemouth bass, rock bass, bigmouth buffalo, tarpon, coho salmon and crappie here. Whether you’re fly fishing, trolling, baitcasting, spinning, chumming, casting or net fishing your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Lindale Club Lake.
Join us as we discuss the Texas Fishing License options, fishing rules and fishing regulations.
Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times chart to determine when the fish will be most active.