How Deep Is Lake Texoma?

Best area to live in Texas?

Out of this list of Texas cities, what would be the best place to live, and be able to get a job at a law office? And where would be the places to stay away from? abilene austin college station dallas deep east tx east tx fort smith houston killeen-temple lawton oklahoma city san angelo san marcos shreveport stillwater texarkana texoma tulsa waco wichita falls

You can rule out Fort Smith because it's in Arkansas.
You can rule out Lawton, Oklahoma City, Stillwater, and Tulsa because they are in Oklahoma.
You can rule out Shreveport because it's in Louisiana.
Texoma is just the area around Lake Texoma in both Texas and Oklahoma.
Of the remaining I think Austin is the best if you like a large city, and San Marcos if you like a smaller place.

Where can you fish without a boat in deep creek lake?

I'm going to deep creek lake, and would like to fish of a pier or the shore. Unfortunately our cabin isn't lake side. Are there any places you can go to fish, or do you pretty much have to rent a boat?

Deep Creek Lake Wisconsin? Deep Creek Lake China? Deep Creek Lake Canada? As I left Mexico, traveling north, I saw this huge pond on the left so I called it North Pond River Lake Place Thingy.

The people who lkive where you do must surely be simpletons!

lakes in california that start with a D?

Some of the names are crazy, but they are real. Click the link for the lake on the source and you'll get a map. The smaller ones don't have names on the map, but you can Google them.
Dade Lake
Dale Lake
Dales Lake
Dana Lake
Danby Lake
Dardanelles Lake
Dark Lake
Davis Lake
Davis Lakes
Dead Cow Lake
Dead Lake
Dead Rabbit
Deadfall Lakes
Deadhorse Lake
Deadman Lake
Deadmans Lake
Deadwood Lake
Deep Creek Lake
Deep Lake
Deep Springs Lake
Deep Waterhole
Deer Lake
Deer Lakes
Deer Lick Lake
Deerheart Lake
Del Monte Lake
Del Rey Lagoon
Delahunty Lake
Delta Lake
Den Lake
Depressed Lake
Derry Lake
Desolation Lake
Devereux Lagoon
Devils Bathtub
Devils Hole Lake
Devils Lake
Devils Oven Lake
Devils Punchbowl
Dewell Lake
Deyarmie Lake
Diamond Lake
Diamond-X Lake
D-ic-k-s Lake (<--- remove the hyphens, censorship is stupid)
Dillion Lake
Dingleberry Lake
Disappointment Lake
Divide Lake
Division Lake
Dobkins Lake
Doe Lake
Dog Lake
Dogwood Lake
Dollar Lake
Domingo Lake
Donkey Lake
Donlon Lake
Donner Lake
Doris Lake
Dorothy Lake
Double Head Lake
Downey Lake
Dragon Lake
Drake Lake
Draper Lake
Dream Lake
Drew Lake
Dry Lagoon
Dry Lake
Dry Lakes
Duck Hole
Duck Lake
Duck Pond
Duck Soup Pond
Dugan Pond
Dugans Pond
Dulzura Lake
Dumbbell Lakes
Dune Lakes
Durbin Lake
Durney Lake
Dustys Waterhole
Dutch Lake
Dutchman Lake
Dynamo Pond

How deep is Lake Burley Griffin, in Canberra?

I went swimming there 2day and i went about...2 metres under and i still could not touch the bottom! Any1 kno how deep it is? I tried google and all dat, but nothing came up!!!

You went "2 metres under and could not touch the bottom" ? Do you expect it to be 2 metres deep or less? LOL

Just like any lake - the depth varies all over the lake. On one end of the lake is Scrivener Dam so I guess it would be as deep as that - at least 18 metres deep.

My biggest concern is that you went SWIMMING in it today.... are you crazy? You must be a tourist because as far as I know - no locals go swimiming in it. Who knows what disease you will catch from it! (LOL)
Try the link below - it might give you some idea about the depth

Fishing for sand bass, do people still do it?

I remember when I was younger, my dad used to buy these HUGE lures that's go like... 30+ feet down and you could catch sand bass with them. I think the bass were striped. They were monstrous though! We would see them dead on the lakes we'd visit. These 3ft+ long fat fish. And my dad would get sooo excited! We'd go to Lake Texoma a bunch when I was younger... And I think Lake Louisville too. Not sure if he ever caught any (didn't with me watching that I can remember). Everyone always talked about the crazy fights they'd put up, and how fun it was to fish for them. I remember, b/c my dad wouldn't stop talking about them. Now my dad lives on the coast and when I asked him about how often he tried, he really didn't go into detail as to why he did it, and then why he stopped suddenly. Are they hard to fish for? Do they really put up good fights? Not like I'm going to go fishing for them or anything. I'm still hooked on trying to hook a carp with a pole. That and I don't have a boat. :( Just curious as to why I don't see much about them here? Or hear about people fishing for them? Could it be b/c Texas is one of the few places with them? I don't know :( Anyway, any thoughts on these. Any info about them... Maybe one day I'll buy another john boat and take care of it so I can fish out in deeper waters again!

It's been years ago, but every March, I'd look forward to catching a mess of sand bass. Was when I lived in E. Tx., fished on Lake O the Pines. They weren't as big as what you said for Texoma, usually topped out around 2 - 2 1/2 #. We'd use road runners or Rat-L-Traps, but they would hit about any crank bait. They eat pretty good, we'd keep a few. For their size, they put up a great fight. Thanks for good memories.

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