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  • PROPERTY PRICING

  • Day Rate$60.00
  • Half-Day Rate$45.00
  • Under Twelve RateNo Charge
  • Youth (13-17) Day Rate$30.00
  • Youth (13-17) Half-Day Rate$25.00
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  • REQUIREMENTS

  • Minors visiting this site must wear life jackets at all times when on the water. Moderate alcohol is allowed on this site. No dogs please. No gas motors allowed.
  • HAZARDS

  • Be alert for possible snakes.

Jefferson - Flag Lakes

Jefferson: The Flag Lakes site is comprised of four water bodies of varying size and depth.
The first pond is a very deep and clear half-acre spring fed pond, which was stocked ten years ago with Florida strain bass. The size of this pond limits use to bank casting and wading.
The second lake is about two and a half acres, also very deep and clear. This pond has submerged structure of stumps and trees, and some cover along the banks, as well as a footbridge. Small boats with no motors are allowed on this pond.
Lake number three is a four-acre tank with a variety of submerged structure, including several tractors and farm equipment. This lake was also stocked ten years ago with Floridas. Low coverage around the tank allows for easy boat access, and small boats are permitted on this lake.
Lake number four is a three-acre lake, which was also stocked with Floridas. This tank has light submerged structure and some cover around the banks. Again, small boats are also permitted on this lake.
There is no club boat available at this site.


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Info

General Availability :
Year round
Lake Size :
11 - 30 acres
Bank Fishing :
Bank fishing is available.
Tent Camping :
Tent camping is available.
Boat Availability :
No boat is currently available at this property.
Boat Launch :
Small boats/trailers easily launched from bank.

Location Map

Directions:

This site is located in East Texas. App. 174 miles, 2 hours 45 minutes from downtown Dallas. 35 minutes from Marshall and Longview and an hour from Tyler and Shreveport.

Parking

The parking area is located across the driveway and directly to the left of the lake with the footbridge.