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With the mass adoption of social media our definition of "news" and how we consume it has changed drastically over the past 5 years. Here at, we believe the future of news will leverage "citizen journalism" where local citizens play an active role in collecting, reporting, analyzing, and disseminating news and information. Many talented area residents are already publishing news through their blogs and social media posts but are limited by their inability reach the masses.

Leveraging our expertise, traffic, technology and social media channels, we can instantly reach tens-of-thousands of residents, weekenders and visitors interested in the Lake Ray Hubbard area news. We are always interested in connecting with local citizens with a flair for writing to contribute to our news and events. Each article will include your picture, bio and link to your site. This can generate great visibility for your business or help establish credibility as a citizen journalist while also contributing positively to the lake community.

If you are interested in contributing articles to the community then contact us here and let us know.

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Lake Ray Hubbard Current Weather Alerts

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Lake Ray Hubbard Weather Forecast


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 68

Sunday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 59


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 73

Monday Night


Lo: 36


Rain Likely

Hi: 45

Tuesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 31


Mostly Sunny

Hi: 54

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 35

Lake Ray Hubbard Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 12/8: 6.25 (-429.25)

Lake Ray Hubbard Fishing Report from TPWD (Dec. 4)

GOOD. Water stained; 58 degrees; 2.71” low. Largemouth Bass: fair on shakey heads and mid-depth crankbaits between the plant and spillway and north of I30 in the timber. White Bass: fair on drop shot and spinner tail shads on the open water side of the standing timber. Crappie: slow on minnows and small jigs using bridge pilings as cover. Catfish: are good on cut bait and gizzard shad in most water. Hybrid: are moderate on swimbaits at shallow to mid-depth along the rock jetty and in front of the Harbor.