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Sabine river #13983223 05/03/21 02:54 AM
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Leading up to, during and after recent fork pro tourney; kept hearing references to Sabine river feeding into Lake fork.
It does not. just saying.

Re: Sabine river [Re: Theoneandonly] #13983506 05/03/21 01:51 PM
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Isn't the lake built on a tributary of the Sabine? Yes I know not the Sabine itself but a tributary.

Re: Sabine river [Re: Theoneandonly] #13983630 05/03/21 02:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Theoneandonly
Leading up to, during and after recent fork pro tourney; kept hearing references to Sabine river feeding into Lake fork.
It does not. just saying.


It is a "FORK" off the Sabine river......hence, the name lake Fork. It is part of the Sabine River Authority....

Re: Sabine river [Re: Theoneandonly] #13984209 05/03/21 09:36 PM
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The creek that is dammed to form the lake is actually called "Lake Fork Creek". It was called that before the lake was built.
And it is a tributary of the Sabine.




Re: Sabine river [Re: Theoneandonly] #13984330 05/03/21 11:17 PM
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The Sabine River flows out of Lake Tawakoni and Lake Fork feeds into it farther down stream
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