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There are many little trails to lead back there . Best bet is to go through the off post on post housing . Turn right by the shoppers off clear creek and drive to the very end . Then a left . Off to the right is a dirt trail. A truck is recommended though my Camry is able to make some spots. Follow the trails till you can’t anymore then walk . Go in the same direction and you’ll find the lake eventually. It’s considered on fort hood so you will need an on post license and access pass from the sportsman center . If you take Watercrest there are trails to lead to it and that side is considered off post so you don’t need a fort hood pass. But gate will be closed usually
love that it has benches and rod holders and that the lights are on automatically when u come out early in the morning or stay out late. the dock house is awesome especially that it has a wood stove for those cold nights and that they have the firewood available for members as well. I go for carp and drum here so catching a crappie was nice too
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