(979) 742-3030

A private fishing club - members and guests only
Nine separate lakes with bass, bream, catfish, and crappie
Bass to twelve pounds and bream to two pounds have been caught in the lakes
Fish cleaning tables, bathrooms, and an air conditioned trailer/cabin for member use
Buddie was busy
Canoes, kayaks, and john boats with trolling motors work well at the lakes

Damon's Seven Lakes

Damon's Seven Lakes is a beautiful one-of-a-kind private fishing club located in Damon, Texas just west of Highway 36 between Rosenburg and West Columbia. Contrary to the name there are now nine different, unique lakes of good size that hold largemouth bass, tiger bass, catfish, black crappie, and bluegill. Catching bass in the three to five pound range is a normal occurance. Twelve pound bass and channel cats and twelve inch bream have been caught in the last two years.

Some of our members prefer to flyfish for the large blue gill the lakes hold, some weighing in at over 2 pounds! Other members enjoy the catfishing and have landed catfish over 12 Lbs. Whatever your fishing pleasure is, you're sure to enjoy the lush peaceful atmosphere at Damon's Seven Lakes. We have amenities such as restrooms, a fish cleaning table, occasional get-togethers to break bread and plenty of other fun.

You don't need a boat to fish here, but if you want one, we provide that, too. You can use our paddles or bring your own trolling motor. You may also bring a small boat, but we only allow trolling motors. Other than that, all our lakes have roads for you to drive right around them and fish where you like. Just pull to the side of the road and start catching the big ones!

Your Safety

Damon's Seven Lakes is like all outdoor facilities in Texas. There are critters that bite and stuff that sticks. We have or had alligators, snakes, fire ants, chiggers, ticks, along with poison oak (vines), brown recluse and black widow spiders, wasps, mosquitos, bees, and more. Please notify us of any sighting of these and we will try to eliminate the problem. Remember: You are in the country, THINK for yourself and those you are responsible for, especially The Kids. Keep your eyes and ears open.

Damon's Seven Lakes with Mike, Matt, and Justin - 4 December 2013 from GoodLoops on Vimeo.

Latest News

  • 23 December 2014 This bad boy was caught on Eagle last Sunday (21 Dec 2014). Bob and Mike said it weighed in at 9 plus pounds.
  • 22 November 2013 We will discontinue putting water in Goose Lake. As soon as it is dry we will redo the bottom, seal, fill, and restock. All bass caught should be moved to Martin, Dove, Quail or Swan. When the lake pools-up we will seine and put the bream in Martin, Dove, Swan and Quail. Please be careful when moving the fish and let me know the size and condition of each fish. As soon as the water temperature raises to 56 degrees, after the winter cold and the grass starts to grow, we will treat all the lakes to reduce the vegetation to an acceptable level. We have to retain at least 25% of it for proper growth and oxygen.
  • 18 November 2013 There is a new addition to Damon Lakes! You may have already noticed that close to the oak tree by the bathrooms a refrigerator is laying there on it's back. This refrigerator has been gutted and modified to be a worm farm! See Mike or Matt on guidelines for the use and upkeep of the farm.
  • 10 June 2012 Osprey is open for members only. Limit 5 Crappie (under 10") per Membership per week, may be kept. Any fish caught or kept needs to be noted on the catch reports in the sign in box. Any Bass caught over 3 1/2 pounds needs to be put in Dove Lake.
  • 4 May 2012 10' and 8' Pelican Boats added to the lakes along with 400 Coppernose Bream.
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The Fish

  • largemounth bass
  • tiger bass
  • catfish
  • bluegill
  • black crappie
  • Jurrassic Park sized grass carp

About Us

Sandy and Mike Arnold purchased the Damon's Seven Lakes property in August of 2001 and immediately hosted an open house to let everyone know that they were intent on creating a top-notch private fishing facility close to Houston. The work undertaken in 2001 to improve the fishing included: adding 6,000 talapia to Dove, Duck, Goose, Eagle, Swan Lakes; adding a new 30 HP Pump i in Goose Lake (750 GM); putting another 6,000 talapia put in Dove, Duck, Goose, Eagle, Swan Lakes; and puttting 3,000 coppernose, 2,000 redear, and 10,000 flathead split to Eagle and Quail Lakes.

And that was just the start. We have accomplished a lot at the property in the last 11 + years and will work toward correcting all that is necessary. Please continue with your suggestions and we will address them as we receive new funds to cover these projects.

Michael J. Arnold - Lakes Manager
Matthew M. Arnold - Assistant Manager

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