Sabine Lake is a 90,000-acre (36,000 ha) salt water estuary on the Texas-Louisiana border. The lake, some 14 miles (23 km) long and 7 miles (11 km) wide, is formed by the confluence of the Neches River and Sabine River. Through its tidal outlet 5 miles (8 km) long, Sabine Pass, Sabine Lake drains some 50,000 square miles (100,000 km2) of Texas and Louisiana into the Gulf of Mexico. The lake borders Jefferson County, TexasOrange County, Texas, and Cameron Parish, Louisiana. The City of Port Arthur, Texas and City of Groves, Texas share coastline with the lake.


Sabine Lake and the surrounding coastal fishing area consists of over 100 sq. miles of the most productive marine ecosystem in the state of Texas and Louisiana. This is a fisherman's paradise with speckle trout, redfish, flounder, red snapper, kings, ling, amberjack, dorado, shark and other species.

Located near Port Arthur, Texas just 1 hour, 30 minutes east of downtown Houston and 30 minutes south of Beaumont.

Our bait recommendations

Here's the baits that our Pros love for this lake.