Lake Ray Hubbard Boat Ramps

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Captain's Cove Marina

Captain's Cove Marina is located at 5965 Marina Dr, Garland, TX 75043. From I-30 in Dallas, take exit 61 toward Zion Rd. Stay on access road to Marina Drive. Turn south and look for marina on the left. There is a four lane concrete ramp with a...

Harbor Bay Marina

To reach Harbor Bay Marina, from I-30, take Horizon/Ridge Road exit. Turn left on Horizon, cross interstate, go past service road and turn left onto Windjammer Way; follow to lake. There is a two-lane concrete ramp with a parking area that can...

Chandler's Landing Marina

To reach Captain's Cove Marina Boat Ramp, take I-30 east to Ridge Road exit, turn right on Ridge Road and follow to Henry M. Chandlers. Turn right and follow street down the hill to lake and marina. Stay on access road to Marina Drive. Turn south...

Terry Park

To go to Terry Park, from I-30, take Ridge Road (FM 740) south to Smirl (FM1140), Smirl to Terry Lane then west on Terry Lane to ramp. There is a two-lane concrete ramp with a parking area that can accommodate 29 vehicles. There...

Heath Boat Ramp

Heath Boat Ramp has two lane ramp with a parking area for 30 vehicles or trailer and also has a courtesy docks. There is also a restroom in the park. There is also a small walking path for non-boaters and a good fishing area.

Chaha Boat Dock

Chaha Boat Dock is located at Garland, Texas. There is a four-lane boat ramp with a parking space that can accommodate 50 vehicles. The ramp is fairly short, but is a very nice ramp. There is a restroom.

John Paul Jones Park

John Paul Jones Park is located at 4099 Zion Rd, Garland, TX 75043. From I-30, take Chaha Road north to Zion, left on Zion to park. It offers four-lane concrete ramps with a parking area that can accommodate 50 vehicles. There is no fee required,...

Paddle Point Park

Paddle Point Park only offers a non-motorized craft only. This is located at 6775 Miller Rd, Rowlett, TX 75088. From I-30 in Dallas, take Dalrock Rd exit north. Turn west on Miller Rd. Park is on the left when you reach the lake. It consists of...

SH 66 Public Boat Launch

To reach SH 66 Public Boat Launch, from I-30 east of Dallas, exit north on Dalrock and go east on Hwy 66. Cross over lake; park is on the north side of the road. It has two single-lane concrete ramp with a parking area for a maximum of 30 vehicle...

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Lake Ray Hubbard Water Level (last 30 days)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 28)

GOOD. Water slight stain; 63 degrees; 0.01 feet below pool. White bass are good in 5-12 feet off of flats with fish showing up on some ridges and humps. Small lures like 3 inch CoHo’s with a 1/2 jig head and in line spinners working best for shallow water, and 3/4 ounce Bovee Spin slabs for deeper water. Cast out, let sink to the bottom and 10 reels then re drop and repeat. White bass are also showing up on long points in 18-24 feet later in the mornings as well as grouping in deep flats 35-38 feet of water using slab and jig combination. Crappie are on deep brush piles and trees roaming in deep water moving shallower in the afternoons, jigs or minnows keeping the baits 17-24 feet of water. Catfish are moving deeper on points roaming in 17-28 feet of water and grouping up in deep water. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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