Lone Star Lake

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Lone Star Lake is located on the west side of the City of Lone Star. The lake is 1,516 surface acres, with an average maximum depth of 40 feet. Aquatic macrophytes are present at low densities, less than 3% of the total surface area. Structural habitat is sparse and comprises inundated timber, brush, creek channels, and rip rap. Aquatic macrophytes are present, but in low densities.

Channel catfish are present in moderate abundance with sufficient numbers of fish available for harvest. White bass and hybrid striped bass are also present, with many legal-size fish in the population. Largemouth bass are moderately abundant with good numbers of legal-size bass. Spotted bass are present in low abundance. Crappie are available at moderate densities. Both white and black crappie are present; white crappie dominates. Bluegill, redbreast and redear sunfish are abundant with moderately high numbers of fish over 6 inches available to anglers. All species are managed with statewide regulations.

Ramps and Marinas

Scenic View Marina

  • Located on Martin Street one block south of County Road 250 off US 259. Look for the sign when you turn on Martin Street.
  • Concrete boat ramp
  • Fee required
  • Open all year
  • Privately operated (903) 656-2272

City Park

  • Located on the east shore at mid-lake. From the City of Lone Star, turn west off US 259 at the “City Park” sign and follow signs to ramp.
  • Concrete ramp
  • No fee required
  • Open all year
  • Operated by City of Lone Star (903) 656-2311

Public Ramp

  • Located uplake on the west shore. From the City of Lone Star, go north on US 259. After crossing two bridges, turn left at the first county road (FM 997) and go south approximately 0.5 miles; the ramp is on the left.
  • Concrete boat ramp
  • No fee required
  • Open all year
  • Operated by Morris County (903) 645-3691
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