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Lakes in Leon County Texas

Place USGS Topo Map
A Lake Halls Bluff
Alligator Lake Stanmire Lake
Alligator Pond Donie
Alton Lake Centerville
Arm Lake Oakwood
Bess Lake Keechi
Black Lake Halls Bluff
Brushy Lake Marquez
Brushy Lake Jewett
Buzzard Lake Stanmire Lake
Cain Lake Buffalo
Chaney Lake Margie
Cheney Lake Margie
Cherokee Lake Hilltop Lakes
Clear Lake Stanmire Lake
Cook Lake Normangee
Crews Lake Number 1 Robbins
Criminal Lake Oakwood
Cryar Lake Spring Seat
Cundiff Lake Centerville
Days Lake Buffalo
Days Lake Buffalo
Duck Pond Donie
Eames Lake Elk
Easterling Lake Spring Seat
Field Lake Stanmire Lake
Flag Pond Donie
Flat Lake Stanmire Lake
Gilliam Lake Oakwood
Glaze Lake Oakwood
Grass Lake Middleton
Grassy Lake Marquez
Grimes Lake Margie
Harcrow Lake Buffalo
Harcrow Lake Number 2 Buffalo
Hayden Lake Spring Seat
Hayes Lake Halls Bluff
Heil Lake Buffalo
Horseshoe Lake Halls Bluff
Indian Lake Indian Lake
Jay Hue Lake Marquez
Karnei Lake Margie
Keechi Lake Keechi
Keith Lake Spring Seat
Kickapoo Lake Hilltop Lakes
Krause Lake Westphalia
Lake Elverda Flo
Lake Leon Lake Leon
Lake Reed Spring Seat
Lake Tonkawa Hilltop Lakes
Little Lake Oakwood
Lower Flag Pond Robbins
Malochomy Lake Camp Creek Lake
Mirror Lake Hilltop Lakes
Moore Lake Centerville
Mud Lake Stanmire Lake
Normangee Lake Hilltop Lakes
Perring Lake Stanmire Lake
Ponderosa Lake Margie
Red Oak Lake Buffalo
Rex C Cauble Lake Halls Bluff
Rose Lake Jewett
Sand Lake Stanmire Lake
Schweinle Lake Flo
Simms Lake Spring Seat
Smith Lake Spring Seat
Soil Conservation Service Site 1 Reservoir Normangee
Spring Lake Indian Lake
Stanmire Lake Stanmire Lake
Sulphur Lake Camp Creek Lake
Swan Lake Hilltop Lakes
Swindler Pond Jewett
Taylor Lake Donie
Taylor Lake Middleton
Tubb Lake Halls Bluff
Tubb Lake Eunice
Tularosa Farms Lake Robbins
Upper Flag Pond Robbins
Wood Lake Stanmire Lake
Zeke Lake Stanmire Lake

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Leon County, Texas. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.