Striker Reservoir is located approximately 20 miles east of Jacksonville. The lake is 1,863 surface acres, with an average maximum depth of 35 feet. Minor amounts of emergent and floating native aquatic vegetation are present in the lake. Habitat in Striker Reservoir consists of standing timber, boat docks, and lily … Read More
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 … Read More
Lake Jacksonville is located three miles southwest of Jacksonville in Cherokee County, off US 79. The lake is 1,320 surface acres, with an average maximum depth of 62 feet. Aquatic vegetation in the lake is sparse. Although hydrilla was a problem in the past, the City of Jacksonville has enacted … Read More
Lake Bob Sandlin is located five miles southwest of Mount Pleasant in Titus, Camp, and Franklin counties. The lake is 9,004 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 65.6. feet. Aquatic vegetation covers less than 3 percent of the lake’s total surface, with the dominant aquatic species being hydrilla.
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B.A. Steinhagen Lake is located on the Neches River, 14 miles west of Jasper, on US 190. The lake is 10,687 surface acres, with a maximum depth of 35 feet. The water body’s aquatic vegetation consists primarily of water hyacinth, hydrilla. In this shallow lake, the abundance of aquatic vegetation … Read More