Month: May 2020

Ironcolor Shiner

Ironcolor Shiner – Small Widespread Shiner

Ironcolor Shiner The Ironcolor Shiner (Notropis chalybaeus) is a freshwater ray-finned fish in the Cyprinidae family. Native and widespread in streams and rivers throughout eastern North America. Description of the Ironcolor Shiner A relatively small fish ranging between 1.8 and 2.6 inches in length. Generally, has a yellowish back and sides with a well-defined black …

Ironcolor Shiner – Small Widespread Shiner Read More »

Ghost Shiner

Ghost Shiner – Translucent Freshwater Minnow

Ghost Shiner The Ghost Shiner (Notropis buchanani) is a freshwater fish in the Cyprinidae family of the Notropis genus. Native to North America. Description of the Ghost Shiner A small bodied, silvery or translucent fish with very little pigmentation. Further, has a compressed and relatively deep fusiform body shape. Further, has a small mouth with …

Ghost Shiner – Translucent Freshwater Minnow Read More »

Lake Limestone

Lake Limestone – Freshwater Recreation in Thornton Texas

Lake Limestone Lake Limestone is located near Thornton in Texas, just 15 miles southeast of Groesbeck on Texas FM 3371. Impounded in 1978 on the Navasota River in Leon, Robertson and Limestone Counties. While, this alkaline lake has moderately clear to stained water clarity and covers a surface area of 12 553 miles with a …

Lake Limestone – Freshwater Recreation in Thornton Texas Read More »

Twin Buttes Reservoir

Twin Buttes Reservoir – San Angelo in Tom Green County

Twin Buttes Reservoir Twin Buttes Reservoir is an artificial freshwater lake located west of San Angelo in Tom Green County. While, this unusual lake dams the Middle and South Concho Rivers separately, a stabilization channel runs between the two sides. Further, giving a surface area of 9080 acres with a maximum depth of 46 feet. …

Twin Buttes Reservoir – San Angelo in Tom Green County Read More »

Scroll to Top