Zapata County TX Dams

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Displaying 1 to 40 of 40 records
Name USGS Topo Map
Adame Tank Dam Arroyo Huisache
Belia R Benavides Lake Dam Arroyo Burro
Carlos Vela Lake Dam Blancas Creek South
Fred M Bruni Lake Number 1 Dam Agua Azul Creek East
Fred M Bruni Lake Number 2 Dam Chargos Creek
Garza Lake Number 2 Dam Escobas
Gutierrez Lake Number 1 Dam Arroyo Veleno
Gutierrez Lake Number 2 Dam Arroyo Veleno
Jesse McNeel Lake Number 1 Dam Arroyo Salado West
Jesse McNeel Lake Number 2 Dam Arroyo Salado East
Jesse McNeel Lake Number 3 Dam Arroyo Salado East
Jesse McNeel Lake Number 4 Dam Arroyo Salado East
Jesse McNeel Lake Number 5 Dam Arroyo Salado East
Jones and Flores Lake Dam Arroyo Huisache
Juan G Benavides Lake Dam Arroyo Miguel
Juan Vela Lake Dam Beckwith Arm
L E Bruni Lake Number 1 Dam Agua Azul Creek West
L E Bruni Lake Number 2 Dam Agua Azul Creek West
L E Bruni Lake Number 3 Dam Las Ovejas Creek
L E Bruni Lake Number 4 Dam Agua Azul Creek West
La Cabrada Tank Dam Arroyo Huisache
La Perla Ranch Lake Number 1 Dam O'Keefe Lake
La Perla Ranch Lake Number 2 Dam Arroyo Salado West
La Perla Ranch Lake Number 3 Dam Arroyo Salado West
La Perla Ranch Lake Number 4 Dam Arroyo Salado West
La Perla Ranch Lake Number 5 Dam Arroyo Salado West
Lauro Garza Lake Number 1 Dam Escobas
Lopez Lake Dam Arroyo Miguel
Mecom Lake Dam San Ygnacio
Mecom Ranch Lake Dam Arroyo Salado East
P Flores Lake Dam Cuevitas SW
Paz Rameriz Lake Dam Zapata
Porvenir Ranch Lake Dam Chargos Creek
Quemada Corral Tank Dam Arroyo Miguel
Ramirez Lake Dam Arroyo Burro
Roy Jennings Lake Dam Mogotes Hill
Tom East Lake Dam Escobas
Vidaurri Lake Dam Arroyo Huisache
Volpe Tank Dam Arroyo Huisache
Walker Lake Dam Chargos Creek
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