Thomas (if you don't know him you should) said that Lake Livingston was the largest lake in Texas. Then said it may be the largest man made lake when we questioned him. When you are talking about largest lakes there are some factors you have to discern, I discovered. If we're talking about largest lake totally within Texas borders well that honor goes to Lake Sam Rayburn with Lake Livingston being second. Caddo Lake is the only "natural" lake in Texas but was altered by a dam in the 1900s so some don't call it natural anymore. Plus part of it is in Louisiana. Toledo Bend Reservoir is largest man made lake but is only partially in Texas. So what I take from this is everything is bigger in Texas even if we have to make it ourselves, which that's the only we get lakes in these parts.
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