Lancaster, Malouf Lake

Dallas/ Fort Worth Area

Lancaster, Malouf Lake

Dallas/ Fort Worth Area

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Property Info

  • General Availability
    Available all season, including Teal season.
  • Hunting Blind Available
    Yes
This 40 Acre lake has lots of Shallow water at the South end, and in the NE cove. There are large areas of coontail moss in the shallow parts of the lake. The dam runs along the North of this lake, but drops off more gradually than most lakes.

The predominant duck species at Malouf Lake are Gadwall, Wigeon, and Pintails.

There is a 12 foot jon boat (kept near the boat ramp) that members may use if they wish. No trolling motor, batteries, or paddles are provided.

This lake is on an active cattle ranch, so please be sure to lock the gate behind you.

Do not hunt past the orange / white rebar staked in-ground; stakes appear on both sides of the lake. These mark the beginning of the non-hunting area.

Do not hunt facing directly South, towards the neighbors house on the hill due South.

Requirements

This lake is on an active cattle ranch, so please be sure to lock the gate behind you.

Do not hunt past the orange / white rebar staked in-ground. These mark the beginning of the non-hunting area.

Do not hunt facing directly South, towards the neighbors house on the hill due South.

General Directions

App. 30 minutes (20 miles) South of downtown Dallas.

Hunting Report

slow morning

jason erdman on Dec 02 ,2020

We had A few high flying groups pass over early but no lookers.  There were 2 groups of gadwall's that landed in the middle of the lake and stayed there resting until we left. 

Utility Work

Jonathan Ruckheim on Jan 19 ,2020

We took a ring-necked drake near the boat ramp 20 minutes after legal shooting hours.  Not long after that, utility work began on the high line wires next to the dam.  A helicopter kept ferrying equipment and 2 crews of…

HR

jason erdman on Jan 07 ,2020

9 Mallards on very south end when we got there and when we left at 10AM they were still there. 1 high flyer passed by, no other birds in the area.