Brenham Gun and Rod Club
P.O. Box 751 - Brenham, Texas 77834 

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Please take note of the fishing rules and regulations posted and check for updates.

No swimming is allowed in any of the lakes.

This lake was once part of the great "Watson Lake" which over the years has been divided with a soil levy.  This lake is around 3 acres in size and was recently stocked with Crappie & Hybrid Blue-gill.  This lake also has active springs throughout its banks.

The great "Watson Lake" which is estimated to be around 4 acres in size.  This lake features excellent Largemouth Bass fishing with 2 islands and a 40' bridge spanning to one island.  Watson lake is fed with spring water from numerous artesian springs around its banks.  Wisteria planted By William Watson on the main island in 1874 remains visible today.
This pond was stocked with Crappie, Hybrid Blue-gill, and Red Brim.  The pond is spring fed from a hand dug artesian water well established around the late 1890's.  The lake was hand dug with mule and oxen according to historical media and recently reclaimed and dredged out.  The well was restored and remains active today.

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