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Tenoroc provides a variety of quality public fishing opportunities.

Helpful Information

Birdlife is abundant year-round, but seasonal specialties include songbirds during spring and fall migrations, nesting osprey, wading birds in the spring, and wintering waterfowl November to March. Butterfly populations reach their peak in late summer and fall.  Hiking and horseback riding are most pleasant fall through spring.

  • Fishing platforms are available; bank fishing and boating access is provided on many lakes.
  • Special opportunities are available to children and physically challenged anglers; facilities at Derby Lake and the Pasture Lakes are fully ADA accessible.
  • All dogs must be leashed, except as authorized by FWC.
  • Restrooms are available at Derby Lake and Picnic Lake.
  • All visitors must register and pay a $3 daily-use fee unless exempt.
  • Sports shooting facilities at Tenoroc include several ranges; trap/skeet and sporting clay stations and 3-D archery ranges. Note that the Sports shooting facilities hours of operation are different than the Fish Management Area.
  • Public access: Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. during periods of Daylight Saving Time and 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. during periods of Eastern Standard Time.
  • Motor vehicles may be operated only on named roads, designated parking areas and fishing ramps as described in the area regulations.

 



FWC Facts:
Over 200 species of birds migrate between their breeding grounds in the United States and Canada and their wintering areas in Mexico, Central and South America or the Caribbean.

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