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Lakes in Walker County Texas

Place USGS Topo Map
Azalea Lake Huntsville
Baldwin Lake Huntsville
Belle and Ford Lake Staley
Big Tucker Lake Wyser Bottom
Black Lake Staley
Black Lake Staley
Brod Lake Steep Branch
Camelia Lake Huntsville
Campus Lake Riverside
Club Lake Huntsville
Cook Lake Crabbs Prairie
Duke Lake Loma
Easam Mill Seat Lake Pine Prairie
Eastham and Thomason Ranches Lake Trinity West
Elkins Lake Huntsville
Ellis Reservoir Trinity West
Fails Lake Crabbs Prairie
Ferguson Reservoir Number 1 Baker Lake
Flag Point Lake Pine Prairie
Gibbs Brothers Lake Pine Prairie
Grace Lake Oakhurst
Griffin Lake New Waverly
Guerrant-Adams Company Lake Crabbs Prairie
Hatchery Lake Phelps
Haynes Lake Steep Branch
Hendricks Lake Galilee
Horseshoe Lake Wyser Bottom
Horseshoe Lake Number 2 Riverside
Huntsville State Park Lake Moore Grove
Indian Hill Lake Wyser Bottom
Jameson Lake Staley
Jib Lake Moore Grove
Joy Lake Phelps
King Lake Huntsville
Lake Forest Riverside
Lake Palomas Baker Lake
Lake Picidae Baker Lake
Lake Raven Moore Grove
Lake Thomas Staley
Little Tucker Lake Wyser Bottom
Lost Indian Lake Wyser Bottom
Lost Meadows Lake Moore Grove
Mallery Lake Huntsville
Maria Lake Phelps
Mathews Lake Huntsville
McMillian Lake Phelps
Mitcham Lake Phelps
Morgan Lake Loma
Morgan South Lake Loma
Moten Lake Wyser Bottom
Moten Lake Wyser Bottom
Mud Lake Riverside
Muecke Lake Galilee
Murff Lake Steep Branch
Park Lake Crabbs Prairie
Persimmon Lake Moore Grove
Pizzo Lake Huntsville
Plum Lake Moore Grove
Pursley Lake Maynard
Romano Lake Steep Branch
Rose Lake Crabbs Prairie
Spring Lake Huntsville
Stewart Lake Moore Grove
Styles Lake 1 Riverside
Sudan Lake Pine Prairie
Sunset Lake Huntsville
Thomas Lake Staley
Tillie Lake Phelps
Walker Lake New Waverly
Waller Lake Wyser Bottom
Watson East Lake Phelps
Watson South Lake Phelps
Watson West Lake Phelps

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Walker 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.