Ray Hubbard Bass Club Lake Fork Team Results




Tommy Climer and Michael Yates top 41 boats on Lake Fork with 14.66 pounds,Saturday, August 8th, 2020.

Despite the 100 degrees temperatures, 41 boats come out to fish. The fishing was pretty tough for unders but there were three overs brought to the scales. When we were done, the team of Tommy Climer and Michael Yates won the day with a five fish limit that weighed 14.66 pounds and included the big bass of the tournament, an 8.88 monster.

Ray Hubbard Bass Club (RHBC) is always looking for more members. Whether you’re a beginner bass fisherman or a seasoned tournament veteran, we would love to have you come out and enjoy the fun.
• We’re a growing bass club
• Monthly tournaments are within a 75 mile radius of Lake Ray Hubbard
• Meetings are held at Bass Pro Shops Garland (on the patio) at 7:00 PM the Thursday before the tournament Saturday of each month
• Tournament days are usually on the 2nd Saturday of each month, unless otherwise noted
• Usually one 2-day tournament per year
• Fish from your own boat with a family member, friend, or other club member. Or “catch a ride” and make friends with one of our other boater members.

Tournament / Club Fees & Information:
• Club membership fee is $30/year per individual or per family (immediate family members only). $5 of each membership fee goes to our year-end classic fund.
• Tournament fee is $60 per team or individual.
• $10 of each tournament fee goes to our year-end classic fund
• $5 of each tournament fee goes to the RHBC general fund
• $10 of each tournament fee goes to the Big Bass fund
• Remaining $35 will be paid out in a 1 to 5 payout. Limited to 6 places.

Photo courtesy a RHBC




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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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