Yantis Open Storage


Address
1181 CR 1971
Yantis, Texas 75497

Contact
940-315-5261




We currently have a limited amount of weekly, weekend or overnight camping spaces that can handle up to 50 amp service if needed.

Yantis Open Storage has 54 open storage spaces for boats, RV's, trailers and work trailers. This is a gated storage with an electronic gate with your own access code. We have security cameras for your protection and we live onsite for any needs our customers may need.

We offer power washing for all your recreational vehicles as well as a dump station for RV's.

Our storage is currently "open" storage but we will be adding covered spaces for boats and RV's if needed. We are half a mile from Fishermans One Stop and half a mile from the local boat ramp as well as Lands End restaurant, hotel and golf course. We are located on 4 acres of beautiful pasture land yet still in a secluded area. The storage spaces and camping spaces are separated for your own privacy. Please come see us or give us a call at the number below. Thank you and hope to see you soon!!!!

Yantis Open Storage
Scott Glubke
940-315-5261

1181 CR 1970
Yantis Tx. 75497

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 22)

GOOD. Water Stained; 75 degrees; 5.99 feet low. The crappie bite on Lake Fork has been just a little bit finicky this past week. Best depths have been 13-23 feet with fish in brush and suspended on laydowns and trees, or holding on the bottom of underwater bridges and road beds. Minnows are still the go to bait and the smaller the minnows the better for finicky fish. Same goes for your hand ties and soft plastics. Downsizing can make the difference between a slow day and a stellar day in the heat of the summer. Report provided by Jacky Wiggins, Jacky Wiggins Guide Service. Bass are good with 3/4 ounce shaky heads or football jigs in green pumpkin and orange or June bug in 14-25 feet of water off drop-offs or channel swings. Carolina rigs are good in the same areas with a 10 inch blue fleck or LFT ring fry in bluegill color good in 15-25 feet of water. Deep crankbaits are decent over long points and channel swings. DD -22 in chartreuse and blue, TW Ghost chartreuse and blue good over 18-23 feet. Report by Lake Fork fishing guide Marc Mitchell and Jason Hoffman, Lake Fork Pro.

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