alright hotel boy, I'll try to answer your question...
you find information out about hunting areas by going out there and looking around. Look at the area on satellite, find some areas that might look interesting. Head out there and look at those areas, walk around and investigate. You gotta put in the work, being spoon fed everything will get you no where.
why is naming lakes and spots bad? We all know that anyone can use Google to look up a lake and even find a list of every lake in Texas. Lets say I did my homework and scouted, which by the time you add in fuel and time its not cheap, and I am smashing ducks out at Sam Houston. Now if I post pictures and start talking about how I am seeing 1000's of birds and shooting limits every hunt at Sam Houston what do you think will happen? Every bellboy and car hop in Texas will want to check out Sam Houston. Once that hunting pressure starts to increase the birds find somewhere else to stay, and my honey hole is ruined.
People that participate on this forum are only a small fraction of the people that see and read these post. When people google lake names guess what comes up, forum threads. Word can spread fast when an area is good, and when it does its ruined.
now go put out more beagles for my free continental breakfast!!
Dear Ag2015, please assume this post is a joke and is not to be taken serious