Toledo Bend, LA (PRWEB) July 17, 2015
Louisiana’s premier resort for bass fishing is now home to America’s Best Bass Lake for 2015.
Toledo Bend Reservoir on the Louisiana-Texas border was named king of all bass fisheries for 2015 following a thorough process managed by B.A.S.S., the worldwide authority on bass fishing and publisher of the industry’s leading magazines, Bassmaster and B.A.S.S. Times.
The rankings were created by first polling the fishery agencies of each state to produce a current list of bass-rich waters. Next, all 630,000 B.A.S.S. Facebook fans were polled to ensure non-tournament lakes were considered, after which the B.A.S.S. Council, a 3,500-member panel of super-avid bass fishermen, helped place the lakes in order. Finally, after reviewing tournament data from hundreds of bass fishing clubs and tournament organizers, the rankings were finalized by a 15-member blue-ribbon panel from the fishing industry.
Now experienced anglers or first timers of all ages can enjoy the nation’s best bass lake with a Toledo Bend fishing package at Cypress Bend Resort, the premier full-service resort on the shores of the largest man-made lake in the southern United States.
Cypress Bend Resort’s Toledo Bend fishing package, starting at $129 plus tax (single or double occupancy), includes admission to the Cypress Bend Park and Marina, cooler bag, bagged ice to pack fish and on-property boat parking with electrical hook ups. The offer is subject to availability.
Guests of Cypress Bend Resort also can enjoy fishing experiences with Living The Dream Guide Service, the premier fishing guide service on Toledo Bend Lake. Bass boats (for two persons) and pontoon boats (for four guests) are available. Plus, Living The Dream provides all the gear and tackle necessary for a half- or full-day outing.
Besides its ideal location on the shores of Toledo Bend Lake, Cypress Bend Resort offers 18 holes of championship golf, part of Louisiana’s Audubon Golf Trail, which presents a challenging layout with elevated tee boxes and breathtaking views of Toledo Bend Lake including ten holes along the shoreline. Surrounding hardwood forests and undulating greens add to Cypress Bend’s challenge and beauty. Wildlife you might see include deer, fox, turtles and eagles.
The resort also offers 12,000 square feet of flexible, ADA-compliant meeting and event space. Function spaces include the Cypress Grand Ballroom, the intimate Louisiana Board Room, a 100-seat, tiered amphitheater and several smaller rooms for break-out sessions.
Guests of Cypress Bend enjoy spacious guestrooms, suites and golf villas, all recently enhanced with new bedding, duvets and LCD flat-screen televisions. The resort offers heated indoor/outdoor pools, complimentary bikes for exploring the grounds and winding hike-and-bike trails, perfect for bird watching and getting up close to nature. Guests enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in The Cypress Dining Room, an outdoor herb garden dining experience, and lunch, dinner and beverage service in the Sabine Social Room.
For reservations and details, visit http://www.cypressbend.com.