Any lakes in Hereford, Texas?

Discussion in 'TEXAS LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by whiskerchaser, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. whiskerchaser

    whiskerchaser New Member

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    Hey guys I ve been wondering if there are any lakes or ponds or rivers any bodies of water that are in or within 30miles or hereford texas I may be moving up there soon Also do these bodies of water have any catfish and what kind I really need to know guys cuz if not I might just stay here and live with my grandma probly not cuz she cant drive and that means no fishing anyway so i need help guys thanks.
     
  2. olefin

    olefin New Member

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    Rivers, lakes or ponds close to Hereford... nope, got plenty feed lots and it stinks something bad. But the good thing, Pheasant hunting is great!

    I've got a brother that's lived there for many years. They say they don't notice the stink from the feed lots so guess one gets use to it. :lol:

    Most folks there go to your state of NM to get on water or fish.

    Good luck at Hereford.
     

  3. Gibbzilla

    Gibbzilla New Member

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  4. olefin

    olefin New Member

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    Thanks Adrian.

    Wow, I sure missed it about lakes at Hereford. Funny, never heard my brother talk about any. He had a houseboat on a lake over in NM.
    But I never lived there, only there to hunt Pheasants in the fall.

    All I really really remember is the smell. :big_smile:
     
  5. whiskerchaser

    whiskerchaser New Member

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    Ok thank u very much but where does it tell u what kinda fish are in them?
     
  6. RRaider

    RRaider Guest

    None of those "lakes" are fishable.
     
  7. james

    james New Member

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    Ive lived in texas my hole life and never even heard of those lakes.
     
  8. shipchef

    shipchef New Member

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    I was born and raised in the Panhandle. The only 3 lakes I know of that you can get a boat in right now are Texoma, Meredith and O.H. Ivie. Those aren't within 30 miles, but lakes are as scarce as trees up there.
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  9. shipchef

    shipchef New Member

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    sorry--I said OH Ivie--I meant Alan Henry...Ivie is close to San Angelo--used to live there too. blt
     
  10. RRaider

    RRaider Guest

    Both Greenbelt and Mackenzie have boat ramps that are open. Meredith is very low and lots of hazards are now either just above or below the surface making it a dangerous place to go.
     
  11. RRaider

    RRaider Guest

    Oh, and Texoma is no where near the panhandle.