(4.2 miles long, 777 acres)
Inks Lake is the smallest of the Highland Lakes, but the abundance of fishing and water sports and being constant level perhaps makes it the most charming. The combination of the large state park and Camp Longhorn limit boat traffic and make for quiet afternoons/evenings. If you love spending time fishing with friends/family, there should be no shortage of bass, crappie, catfish, and sunfish to hook-on.
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