The Sabine Lake & Calcasieu Lake Fishing Map is an inshore two sided saltwater fishing map showing two coastal bays (called lakes). Sabine Lake is located on the border between Texas and Louisiana in the vicinity of Beaumont-Orange-Port Arthur, Texas. Calcasieu Lake is located in Louisiana with Lake Charles at the north end and Cameron at the south end. Both of these bays are favorite fishing destinations for Speckled Trout, Redfish, Flounder, Drum, Tripple Tail and Red Snapper. The Sabine Lake & Calcasieu Lake Fishing Map has GPS numbers for fishing spots, marinas, boat ramps, and other locations.
Top Fishing Spots on Sabine Lake and Calcasieu Lake
- Black Bayou
- Long Point
- Grand Bayou
- Pelican Cove
- St. John’s Island
- A valuable Sabine/Calcasieu area fishing and information resource.
- Laminated. Great Detail. Depths to 1 foot.
- Approx. 25″ x 37″. Two-sided.
- Ships by next business day.
Aquatic fauna include a variety of finfish and shellfish, with large populations of sport fishing species. These include Atlantic croaker, spotted seatrout, southern flounder, red and black drum, sheepshead and gafftopsail catfish. Other significant fish species include the bay anchovy, Gulf menhaden and spot.
The land around the lake includes a blend of Western Gulf coastal grasslands and coastal marsh ecosystems. There is also urban land cover in Port Arthur and its suburbs on the western shore. The majority of the non-urbanized shoreline is surrounded by brackish marshes.