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Old 05-29-2007, 09:53 PM
 
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I need to throw another lake into the mix. Anyone have any comments about Lake Rhodhiss? That is another lake we are planning to check when we come down. Would that be say more populated than Lake James but less than Hickory? Thanks to everyone for you help. I just LOVE this site!!!!
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Old 06-17-2009, 09:44 PM
 
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Lake James is beautiful, but so is Lake Hickory. Lake James is very deep (200ft) and lake Hickory is 90ft in deepest spot. Lake Hickory is a busy lake with numerous million dollar plus homes. I own the largest houseboat on Lake Hickory. The water at my boat is very clean and Lake Hickory is rarely muddy unless we are receiving lots of rain and flooding. Hickory is a neat town with lots of stores and dining. Lenoir and Taylorsville are also very close. There are numerous cliffs on the shores of Lake Hickory. Facilities on the lake are excellant. Check out R&N Marina, the best on the lake.
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