Richland-Chambers Reservoir is the third largest inland reservoir
by surface area and the 8th largest reservoir by water volume in Texas formed by the impoundment of Richland Creek and Chambers Creek east-southeast of the town of Corsicana and south of Kerens, in Navarro County and Freestone County, Texas, USA. It has 330 miles (530 km) of shoreline and is "Y" shaped with the dam on the eastern end of the lake.
Predominant fish species on Richland-Chambers Reservoir include:
- White & hybrid striped bass
- Blue & channel catfish
- Largemouth bass
- Smallmouth buffalo
The lake has been stocked with Coppernose bluegill, Florida bass, channel catfish and blue catfish.
Although its primary purpose is as a water supply reservoir, Richland-Chambers Reservoir is a venue for outdoor recreation, including fishing, boating, and swimming. As it's still a relatively new lake, the traffic level is low and land for lakeside housing is plentiful.