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Casper Lake

 

 


 

 

Casper Lake

 

Orgill Park is composed of 440 acres of rolling meadows, lakeside vistas, paths and shady spaces for all kinds of outdoor recreation enjoyment. Casper Lake is a 67-acre lake available for fishing and boating activities, allowing kayaks, canoes and fishing boats (non-motorized except for trolling motors). There is a long fishing pier and the lake is stocked with largemouth bass, bream, sunfish, and catfish.
There is a boat launch ramp with ample parking for trailers and guests.
All TWRA rules apply (including fishing permits) to the use of Casper Lake.



For more information, contact:
Shelby County Conservation Board
1072 Mullins Station Road, Suite # 142-C
901-222-7801

Note: Contributions to this article are from Dr. Rita Hall, Paul Matthews & Jimmy Ogle
of the Rural Heritage Trust of Southwest Tennessee.


 


 

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