Old Coleman Lake
(Memory Lake)

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Location: Coleman County in the city of Coleman

Fishing cover/structure: This scenic lake has some aquatic vegetation, black willow trees and a rip-rap dam. Sandy and gravel flats and drop-offs are also plentiful.

26 acres
  Water clarity: 3 to 8 feet and emerald-green in color
  Comments: This lake is located within the city limits of Coleman. It is very scenic and has 100% public shore fishing access. No motor boats are allowed. Small boats with trolling motors and float tubes are permitted. This lake contains excellent populations of sunfish, especially bluegill and redear sunfish. Small largemouth bass can be caught. Sunfish fishing should be exceptional in the late spring and night-fishing for largemouth bass can be exciting. Florida largemouth bass were introduced in 1977.
Distance from Abilene:
54 miles
Game Fish Present:
bluegill, channel catfish, flathead catfish, largemouth bass, redear sunfish, white crappie
Lake Records: (as of March 1, 1996)
Species: Weight: Length: Angler: Date:
Blue catfish        
Bluegill 0.42 7.75 Robyn Cole 05/26/96
Flathead catfish
Hybrid striped bass
Largemouth bass
White bass
White crappie
Black crappie
Redear Sunfish 0.33 8.12 Robyn Cole 05/26/96
Smallmouth buffalo        

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