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I live at Smith lake and it is beautiful year round. Our children and grandchildren love to visit. The water is very deep and clear. There are sandy beaches too. We go out in a pontoon boat and pull the kids on a float. We...More
As a property owner ON Smith I see too many "visitors " creating HUGE WAKES around our property, docks and shorelines, u ARE RESPONSIBLE F-O-R UR WAKE AND THE DAMAGE IT CAN AND WILL DO, Soo please enjoy the water and HELP keep the trash...More
I love this place. Have been going here for years. Beautiful lake and beautiful houses built on lake that are awesome to see. Did a lot of boating on this lake as our children were growing up and they loved it too.
You will see lots of signs for boat rentals near Duncan Bridge Marina on Smith Lake. These signs are posted by a local crook named Don Freeman. The man is a cheat. His boats are junk and most are beyond repair. He accepts only cash...More
The lake has the clearest water, not a lot of boat traffic. We were at the beginning of a cove. We had the big water view, but not much traffic. Spent the entire week just lounging in the water. We will be back!
We went to check out the lake for a possible relocation. Every person we meet was so engaging and friendly. The lake was beautiful. We got to see our first fish weigh in for the contestants. The boats were awesome to look at. We drove...More
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24 hours a day. People do night fishing and they have tournaments that last till midnight. Swimming and skiing best done in day light of course. There are public ramps in various areas for putting boats in the water... More
24 hours a day. People do night fishing and they have tournaments that last till midnight. Swimming and skiing best done in day light of course. There are public ramps in various areas for putting boats in the water. Best thing to do is get a map of the lake. Hope this helps.