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ROBINSON BAYOU. Robinson Bayou rises from Robinson Lake fourteen miles south of Anahuac in southern Chambers County (at 29°35' N, 94°35' W). The bayou flows five miles to its mouth on East Bay (at 29°34' N, 94°34' W). Cutting through the East Robinson Lake gas field, Robinson Bayou traverses the largely saline soil of the marshy rangeland of southern Chambers County.

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