Want to catch big bass? Try out these 10 best bass fishing lakes of the South.
Toledo Bend Reservoir
This Texas lake was named the #1 bass lake by Bassmaster magazine two years in a row.
This Florida lake is commonly referred to as Florida’s Inland Sea because it is Florida’s largest lake and the second largest body of freshwater in the U.S.
This Alabama lake is prime for any tournament angler looking to catch big bass.
Lake Pickwick is part of the Tennessee Valley Authority and is formed by the Pickwick Landing Dam and runs to the Wilson Dam.
Located in Texas, this southern lake naturally boasts big bass.
Harris Chain Lakes
Located in Lake County, Fl., this chain of lakes amounts to nearly 50,000 acres of lakefront to fish.
Sam Rayburn Reservoir
Seventy miles north of Beaumont, Texas, this lake is fed by the Angelina River.
Another result of the Tennessee Valley Authority, this lake still maintains large bass for anglers.
Santee Cooper Lake
This South Carolina lake was initially designed for inland navigation from Columbia to Charleston.
Not only does this South Carolina lake maintain big largemouth but big striped bass as well.