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Our History

What We Offer

While there is adequate room for recreational boating, tubing, jet skis and all your favorite water sports a good portion (over 60%)  is stumpy making fishing boats, kayaks or canoes necessary.

These are the areas, along with two islands that are best for fishing and wildlife viewing.

Wildlife and fishing at the lake

Area wildlife is always a great attraction, whether it's deer, raccoons, beaver, nutria or a ranchers cow enjoying a drink at the shoreline, you're bound to see something you'll want to share with family and friends.

Equally as impressive as the recreational boating is the tremendous area and quality of the lakes fishing structure.  From trophy bass and catfish to crappie and perch you're almost sure to catch a stringer full of fish. It's a common sight to see groups of fly fisherman in their kayaks working the shoreline in search of record perch. Clubs from Austin, Houston and Dallas frequent the lake for their tournaments.

Bass boats meander  through the coves seeking that elusive trophy Bass. Sometimes you’ll see a boat tied over a brush pile, pulling in Crappie as quickly as they can unhook them and bait a new line. It's not uncommon to see people setting trot lines in hopes of catching a monster catfish. A few years back a H.C.L. resident caught an 84 pound catfish on a trot line.

Our Mission

  • The story behind the lake
    Our desire is to educate people about the beauty of our lake, help spur economic benefit to our friends and neighbors and of course, get word out about our fine quality Vacation Rental homes.

    Mark Copus


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