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Water Resources Outlook - June 18 2015

NWS Southeast River Forecast Center

Date: 6/22/2015

Water Resources Outlook for June 18

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Water Resources Outlook for April 30, 2015

NWS Southeast River Forecast Center

Date: 5/4/2015

Water Resources Outlook for April 30

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Water Resources Outlook for March 26, 2015

NWS Southeast River Forecast Center

Date: 3/26/2015

Water Resources Outlook for March 26

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The Best Catfish Lakes in Texas

Trails.com

Date: 2/25/2015 10:43:12 PM

With more than 100 fishing spots in Texas, there is an abundance of catfish all over the state. There are a few that stand out, no matter the year, for the size and amount of catfish that are found in the waters. Fishing is one of the most popular sports

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Company Overview of Centex Homes, Five Upscale Resorts and Second Home Communities

Bloomberg

Date: 2/1/2015 4:00:00 PM

As of March 2008, five upscale resorts and second home communities of Centex Homes, were acquired by TerraMesa Resorts, LLC. Five upscale resorts and second home communities of Centex Homes, Inc. includes The Hollows on Lake Travis, The Waters at Horseshoe

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• River: Colorado River (Texas)
• Surface Area: 6,534 Acres
Lake Lyndon B. Johnson is located on the Colorado River in the Texas Hill Country in the United States. The reservoir was formed in 1950 by the construction of Granite Shoals Dam by the Lower Colorado River Authority. The Colorado River and the Llano River meet in the northern portion of the lake. The dam was renamed Wirtz Dam in 1952 for Alvin J. Wirtz, the first general counsel of the LCRA. The lake was originally called Lake Granite Shoals, but was renamed to Lake Lyndon B. Johnson in 1965 in honor of U.S. President Lyndon Baines Johnson.

The lake provides cooling water for the Thomas J. Ferguson power plant operated by the LCRA.

Lake LBJ has been stocked with several species of fish including largemouth bass, white bass, catfish, and crappie.

The Nightengale Archaeological Center at Kingsland is an educational park operated by the Lower Colorado River Authority that is adjacent to Lake LBJ. Its normally constant level water which provides ideal conditions for boating, water-skiing, jet-skiing and other water sports, makes the lake very popular within the region.


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