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Old 10-08-2002, 11:32 PM
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Gonna go look at a house over there, but not really familiar w/ the general area of Atascocita or Lake Houston. It's in the sub of Walden? There's a ramp access w/in the neighborhood.

Can anyone tell me about the area? the lake?

We've been up the river from Clear Lake way to Lake Houston, but that was only once & can't make a judgement on just that.

Any info helpful.
 
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Old 10-09-2002, 07:09 PM
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Anyone out there?
 
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Old 10-10-2002, 11:38 AM
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We only go to Conroe & Travis or Clear Lake as well. What does your boat look like? I might've seen you around. Ours is named NASDBOY, 2001 29 Baja Outlaw SST, red/blk/slvr paintball graphic.

dloftis usually goes to Conroe or CLear lake as well.

I just found a house w/a garage that can store up to a 32 foot boat out there. Contemplating whether it's worth it. Never been on Lake Houston other than that one time. Yes, it was very stumpy. Damaged our labbed props somewhere b/w there, the river & clear Lake.

Thanks for the tip.
 
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Old 10-10-2002, 12:27 PM
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Hey OutlawBayB,

I've used Lake Houston a lot! A good buddy of mine lives there. LH is the best kept secret in the Houston area. The main part of the lake, near Duessen (sp?) Park is wide open with no stumps. Lots of very pretty shoreline, tons of deer. It's a beautiful place. Just don't tell anyone! We've been able to park almost anywhere on the lake, and don't get bothered. Even on holidays, it's almost deserted. NOTHING like Conroe!

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Old 10-10-2002, 01:37 PM
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THanks Jim for the tip! I just figured we could store the boat at home, hop on Lake Houston & ride the water to Clear Lake. I was thinking it'd be wuicker than hauling it

We're still gonna look at the house, we'll see.
 
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Hope that boat can jump the Lake Houston damn pretty good or has wings!!!


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Old 10-10-2002, 06:04 PM
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Carina,

There's no way to get between the river and lake houston...

And, as I recommended with Somerville, go buy a fishing chart and get a feel for the hazards and depths.
 
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In my jet boating days I was on the river & Lake houston every weekend. The one thing I remember is jumping out in lake in the middle within site of dam & was standing. Only had about 12" of silt before I hit hard enough bottom to stand but still water was only about 4-5' deep there.
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