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Lake Longhorn

Discussion in 'Texas Dive Destinations' started by Sushi Boy, Dec 4, 2017.

  1. Sushi Boy

    Sushi Boy DAM CHUMmer

    First time checking out Lake Longhorn yesterday. Pretty similar conditions to the other local lakes. Water temp yesterday was 66 degrees. Viz ranged from 2' to 5' depending on where you were in the lake.

    Their tablet-based waiver system was a little tricky to navigate for a couple of us, but you only have to do that once a year.

    They have a nice metal dock for entry to the lake. Underwater there are ropes going to and from all of the attractions. I found a training platform and a couple of PVC culverts that make nice booming sounds when your air bubbles hit them as you're swimming through. There were rumors of a sailboat underwater that none of us found, and it looks like they're getting ready to sink a cabin cruiser too.

    No compressor on site, so plan accordingly.

    All in all, it's nice to have another option for local diving and I'm looking forward to seeing how they continue to develop the lake for diving.
     
  2. Heidi Ho

    Heidi Ho Pooh Staff Member

    Thanks for the info...
     
  3. Seaagg05

    Seaagg05 Tiger Shark

    That tablet registration system is just plain evil!
     
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