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Pontiac Lake, Michigan, USA: Pontiac Lake Sunset

Pontiac Lake

(Michigan, USA)

585 acres

11 miles of shoreline

34 feet max. depth

963 feet above sea level

Long a recreational playground in southeast Michigan, Pontiac Lake never fails to enchant visitors. The lake was created in 1927 when the state built a dam across the Huron River to enlarge small Lime Lake. Pontiac Lake was planned from the beginning to provide water recreation to residents in the Pontiac area. Only seven miles from downtown Pontiac, the lake soon was providing swimming, fishing ... Read full review

Pontiac Lake, Michigan, USA: Pontiac Lake Sunset

Pontiac Lake

(Michigan, USA)

585 acres

11 miles of shoreline

34 feet max. depth

963 feet above sea level

Long a recreational playground in southeast Michigan, Pontiac Lake never fails to enchant visitors. The lake was created in 1927 when the state built a dam across the Huron River to enlarge small Lime Lake. Pontiac Lake was planned from the beginning to provide water recreation to residents in the Pontiac area. Only seven miles from downtown Pontiac, the lake soon was providing swimming, fishing ... Read full review

Santa Fe Lake, Florida, USA: Lake Santa Fe

Santa Fe Lake

(Florida, USA)

5,850 acres

30 feet max. depth

141 feet above sea level

Santa Fe Lake, also known as Lake Santa Fe, is a sparkling 5,850-acre expanse that lies in northeastern Alachua County, Florida. Actually divided into two lakes -- Santa Fe Lake and Little Santa Fe Lake -- this watery playground is connected and easily navigable by boat. The lake is spring-fed and feeds into the Santa Fe River, which eventually empties into the Suwannee River. One of the larger Florida ... Read full review

Fallen Leaf Lake, California, USA: Scenic View of Fallen Leaf Lake

Fallen Leaf Lake

(California, USA)

1,285 acres

8 miles of shoreline

415 feet max. depth

6,377 feet above sea level

Travelers who enjoy the splendor of Lake Tahoe might never be aware of the smaller but very beautiful Fallen Leaf Lake that is located just one mile south in El Dorado County, California. This glacial freshwater lake, at 2.9 miles (4.6 kilometers) long and 0.9 miles (1.4 kilometers) wide, is the second largest alpine lake in the Tahoe Basin. It is more secluded and difficult to access than Lake Tahoe, ... Read full review

Lake Abitibi: Abitibi Canyon Generating Station

Lake Abitibi

(Ontario, Canada - Quebec, Canada)

229,760 acres

49 feet max. depth

869 feet above sea level

Nearly 250,000 acres of water delight visitors to Lake Abitibi on the Ontario/Quebec border. This huge lake is actually two lake basins connected by a short channel. Located about 600 miles from Montreal and over 200 miles south of James Bay, Lake Abitibi remains relatively remote and not visited by the casual vacationer. One must plan carefully to get to the lake; the purpose of such planning usually ... Read full review

Braunig Lake, Texas, USA: nice cat about 3 pounds

Braunig Lake

(Texas, USA)

1,275 acres

50 feet max. depth

507 feet above sea level

Braunig Lake is a popular fishing spot for San Antonio city dwellers. A leisurely 17-mile drive southeast of the Alamo City takes you to the flat grasslands of south Texas and trophy-sized bass fishing. The wide open spaces and powder-blue skies brushed with delicate clouds make this a perfect place to relax and enjoy a day or a week. As you pass through the gently rolling hills, you become aware ... Read full review

Skilak Lake, Alaska, USA: Mountains at Skilak Lake

Skilak Lake

(Alaska, USA)

24,711 acres

528 feet max. depth

150 feet above sea level

Tucked away in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge near Soldotna, Skilak Lake is a rare combination of accessibility and Alaskan Wilderness. Called a "miniature Alaska" by some because it includes every major habitat type found in Alaska, the Kenai Peninsula is a fantastic place to explore, and Skilak Lake is a great place to start. Skilak Lake is fed by the Kenai River and melt water from the ... Read full review

Honeoye Lake, New York, USA: Honeoye Lake from Harriet Hollister Spencer State Park

Honeoye Lake

(New York, USA)

1,772 acres

11 miles of shoreline

30 feet max. depth

804 feet above sea level

Honeoye Lake, one of New York state's famous Finger Lakes, is located in beautiful Ontario County. Clean and pristine, this minor Finger Lake is the county's blue jewel, providing residents and visitors with more than 1,700 acres of outdoor activity and water fun. The lake, whose name is an Iroquois word meaning "where the finger lies," is the tenth smallest of the eleven Finger Lakes. Though often ... Read full review

Cahora Bassa, Tete Province, Mozambique: View Toward Cahora Bassa Dam

Cahora Bassa

(Tete Province, Mozambique)

676,822 acres

153 miles of shoreline

515 feet max. depth

1,030 feet above sea level

Cahora Bassa is likely one of the best fishing destinations on the African continent. This relatively young reservoir was formed when the Cahora Bassa Dam was built cross the Zambezi River in 1974. The huge dam was begun by the Portuguese as an irrigation, flood control and power generation dam while Mozambique was still under the control of Portugal. By the time the reservoir had filled, Mozambique ... Read full review

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