Crystal Lake is accessible from Arkansas Highway 102, east of Decatur. The AGFC access is off Arkansas Highway 59, northeast of Decatur.
- Aquatic Vegetation
- Area Specific Regulations
Use of common carp as bait is prohibited.
- Area Type
- Bottom Features
bedrock with some sandy timber flats
average depth of 10 feet, maximum depth of 35 feet
Decatur is named after the war hero Stephen Decatur, Jr. He was an American naval officer noted for his heroism in actions at Tripoli, Libya and in the War of 1812.
- District Information
Click here for information about land-use policies on AGFC-owned lakes
The lake has a boat ramp and floating fishing dock for public use.
- Fish Forage
minnows and small bluegill
Western Benton County, northeast of Decatur.
- Major Sportfish
Largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish and crappie
- Management Plan
- Other Points of Interest
While in Decatur, make plans to visit the Rogers Historical Museum in Rogers. The Annual Decatur Barbecue has activities for all the family.
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
- Visible Cover
blown down trees and logs