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Lake Pat Cleburne (TX)
Lake Pat Cleburne is located near the city of Clebourne, Texas. It is used for water supply, as well as a recreational lake for residents. It is formed by damming the Nolan River which continues below the lake's dam. Lake Pat Cleburne is owned and operated by the City of Cleburne and was impounded in 1961.
Fishing is among many recreational activities enjoyed by the puplic on lake Pat Cleburne. The Lake has been stocked with bass and catfish in the past, but it also has naturally occurring species of fish, including Largemouth bass, Blue catfish, , Flathead catfish, White crappie, Channel catfish, and White bass. Waterskiing, Swimming, and boating are more recreational activities at the lake. Cleburne State Park is located near the lake and provides boat ramps and parking.
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