Month: July 2021

Inks Lake

Inks Lake

Inks Lake Hill County, Texas Inks Lake is a freshwater reservoir in Hill County, near Burnet in Texas. Impounded in 1938 by the construction of Inks Dam on the Colorado River. The purpose of construction was to provide flood control in tandem with Lake Buchanan while featuring the smallest hydroelectric power plant on the Highland …

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Braunig Lake

Braunig Lake

Braunig Lake the former East Lake Braunig Lake also known as Victor Braunig Lake and formerly called East Lake is a reservoir located 17 miles south of downtown San Antonio, Texas. Constructed on Chupaderas Creek and Calaveras Creek and impounded in 1946. Initially constructed as a cooling pond for a power plant and to supply …

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Calaveras Lake

Calaveras Lake

Bexar County Calaveras Lake Calaveras Lake, located in Bexar County, 20 miles southeast of San Antonio, Texas. The reservoir was formed in 1969 by constructing a dam to act as a cooling pond for several power plants, called Calaveras Power Station. While further supplying electricity to the city of San Antonio. Meanwhile this reservoir is …

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Muenster Lake Access Road

Muenster Lake

Muenster Lake in Cooke County Muenster Lake is located in Cooke County Texas 2 miles west of Muenster on FM 316. Constructed and impounded in 2007 with a surface area of 309 acres and a maximum depth of 43 feet. Generally, has a 1 to 3 feet fluctuation per annum with moderately clear water. Operated …

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Erimyzon Genus of Chubsucker The Chubsucker (Erimyzon) genus is a group of freshwater sucker fish, part of the Catostomidae family. Closely related to the Cyprinidae family. Native to North America. Currently there are four recognized species in the genus. Creek Chubsucker Lake Chubsucker Sharpfin Chubsucker Western Creek Chubsucker Biology of Erimyzon Habitat Collapse Inhabit vegetated …

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Sharpfin Chubsucker sucking on a rock

Sharpfin Chubsucker

Sharpfin Chubsucker of Alabama The Sharpfin Chubsucker (Erimyzon tenuis) is a freshwater species of minnow belonging Erimyzon genus in the Catostomidae family of suckers. Native to the United States including Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida. Description of the Sharpfin Chubsucker The Sharpfin Chubsucker fish has a brown back and a cream belly. While the juvenile has …

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Lake Chubsucker

Lake Chubsucker

Lake Chubsucker of North America The Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) is a freshwater fish belonging to the Erimyzon genus, part of the Catostomidae family. Native to North America. Description of the Lake Chubsucker A medium sized minnow averaging 10 inches in length. Generally, have dark olive-green bodies, silvery to gold sides and a green to yellow …

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