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Moving to Kingsland area #12778473
06/03/18 01:35 PM
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After living in the South TX area for over 38 years. Three Rivers/Pleasanton.

My wife are seriously considering a move to the Kingsland TX area.
Not looking for on the water property just something in that area.
I like the idea that there are several lakes to fish nearby.
If anyone lives in that area or has an opinion I would appreciate any thoughts on this idea.
Thanks


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Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12789217
06/12/18 03:37 PM
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Don't live there, but I know from experience that The Slab, in the spring, can be fun for spawning white bass.

Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12789654
06/12/18 08:10 PM
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I've grown up in Burnet and Llano County. Kingsland is a nice Community but there are some parts to avoid. What are you and your wife looking for?

Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12793472
06/15/18 09:54 PM
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BrandoA,
Thanks for your interest in the topic I posted.
I was beginning to think there wasn't anyone from that area on this forum.

We are really interested in the Lighthouse Country Club area.
Plan on renting something first to be sure its the right move then probably build if we enjoy living there.
Thanks


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Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12804993
06/25/18 07:37 PM
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My daughter has a vacation house there and I go there when they go there . I would pick another lake to move to . Its not the best fishing lake its more of a party type lake

Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12805924
06/26/18 02:15 PM
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Thanks for your opinion.
We realize its a party type lake and fishing in the spring and summer is limited to early morning or you will get swamped with the party boaters.
I did just take a look at Bass Champs weigh in results for 2018 not to bad for that lake.


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Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12806390
06/26/18 07:22 PM
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LBJ and Buchanan have some great bass fishing. Problem with LBJ is that during the summer and warm months it gets flooded with idiots. Lighthouse in Kingsland is a nice golf course and area. If you are a golfer that would be a good choice. If you are looking for good quiet community on or near the Lake look at Cassie on Buchanan and the one on Inks. by the Bridge.

Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12896933
09/12/18 05:25 PM
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Lake Buchanan has a lot more room to boat, fish, swim etc. You may be the only people in Kingsland with a full set of teeth. L.O.L.

Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: Txbassin] #12900320
09/15/18 10:39 PM
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Those with a few teeth sound pretty high class compared to what we've seen on our first trip to and around Whitney.

Re: Moving to Kingsland area [Re: boocat] #12912909
09/26/18 02:27 PM
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Originally Posted By: boocat
Those with a few teeth sound pretty high class compared to what we've seen on our first trip to and around Whitney.
I couldn't agree more, there's more money in Kingsland but both have a prevalent Meth problem.

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