Loy Lake Denison, Texas

| September 6, 2009 | 1 Comment

Loy Lake fly fishing denison texas #flyfishing

This morning’s service was led by one Robert Doyle Cain at Loy Lake in Denison, Texas. This little jewel sits right off Interstate 35 a few exits before the Denison Dam, and is actually visible from the highway if you look hard enough. Hey, at least I’m not texting when I drive!

Loy Lake was impounded in 1933 and looks like it. It’s one of those old community lakes that was built to provide drinking water, and has all the wonderful characteristics of a well established, old, lake. The vegetation is well rooted and diverse as are the fish. In a single morning of fishing I was able to catch warmouth, sun perch and all the largemouth bass I could handle.

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  1. shannon says:

    Mudbass and grits? Sounds good JH!

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