Lake D'arbonne

Lake D'Arbonne is a 15,250-acre reservoir located east and south of Farmerville, Louisiana, in Union and Lincoln Parishes. The lake is fed by the Little Corney and Corney Bayous, Bayou D'Arbonne, Middle Fork and Little Bayou D'Arbonne.  This beautiful body of water serves as a great recreational venue. Wide expanses of water appeal to water skiers and pleasure boaters -- but anglers like the fact that catches of bream, crappie, catfish, and bass from this lake have broken records.

The surrounding area around Lake D'Arbonne is beautiful and filled with great outdoor attractions, including a state park. Visitors have easy access to historic Farmerville and to several wildlife refuges, a prime golf course, and recent archaeological digs at Poverty Point State Historic Site. Lake D'Arbonne is located in the middle of Louisiana's "Sportsman's Paradise." The lake runs through the D'Arbonne National Wildlife Refuge, which serves as a haven for bald eagles, alligators, and other waterfowl and wildlife.


Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Department (LWFD) stocks this lake.  Crappie average a little over a pound, and anglers also can find catfish, bass, perch, bream, and panfish in this lake.

Some state record fish caught in this lake include a15.31-pound largemouth bass in 2000, 1.14-pound bluegill in 2002, and a 2.61-pound white crappie in 2012.

For more information on Lake D'arbonne, click here.


Search Lake D'arbonne Homes for Sale

Northeast Louisiana listings last updated Jun 16, 2019 1:51:pm.

Today's Market Trends for Lake D'arbonne *
















Chart Temporarily Unavailable
Chart Temporarily Unavailable

* All data pertains to single-family homes