At our Bass Pro Shops/Cabela’s Boating Center, we have a bilingual staff who speak English and Spanish to serve the needs of our customers. We are very involved in our community and take great pride in civic service and helping out with worthy causes in our hometown. Plus, our dealership is centrally located to some of the most popular bass fisheries and boating destinations in the Lone Star State.
Lake Fork, Lake Palestine and Lake Tyler are all within a short drive of our dealership—we’re just 7 miles south of Tyler and also just minutes away from Lake Palestine. Fishing and boating are popular pastimes and rank high on the locals’ list of things to do, thanks to a great location with an abundance of water. Lake Palestine produces multiple entries each year into the Toyota ShareLunker program—which only accepts largemouth bass weighing 13 pounds or more. Lake Fork, just an hour away, is where the first ShareLunker was caught back in 1986. In the years since the lake has produced, and continues to do so, double-digit sized largemouth bass. At Lake Palestine and Lake Fork, you will also find some of the best crappie fishing around, as well as great fishing for catfish and striped bass.
An hour to the northwest is Lake Tawakoni, which is popular for anglers, family recreation and watersports. You will find more of the same at Hideaway Lake and Lake Tyler. The best thing about all those lakes nearby? Our boats come pre-rigged and ready to go. So, you can leave the lot and head to the lake! If you are a tournament angler, not only do we offer the perfect boat for you, but you’ll find plenty of formats to meet your liking and skill level at all of our lakes.
Our bilingual staff speaks English and Spanish to serve the needs of our customers. We are very involved in our community and take great pride in civic service and helping out with worthy causes in our hometown. Our customer commitment is to provide the best sales and service around. We are boaters and anglers as well and are always glad to pass along tips and advice on how to enjoy our lakes.