Lake Ray Hubbard Activities: Sail With Scott Cruises

Lake Ray Hubbard Activities: Sail With Scott Cruises

Lake Ray Hubbard provides vast opportunities to enjoy the waters of the lake. Sail With Scott offers a beautiful cruise on the waters on board the Seawolf. The Seawolf is a lovely forty foot long and twenty-five foot wide catamaran. It is built of beautiful Spanish cedars and holds a capacity of a smidge under fifty occupants.

Sailing from the Harbor

The Seawolf sails from the Harbor in Rockwall, Texas. Sail With Scott holds a private area of docking between the shores of Lake Ray Hubbard and the private lighthouse. Many couples enjoy the Romantic Cruises offered. And, there are Moonlight Cruises, Sunset Cruises, and Family Daytime Cruises available.

Sailing Experience

Scott Self hand-built the Seawolf out of love and compassion for sailing the waters. His sailing experience includes sailing across the Atlantic Ocean, being Master Captain in the US Coast Guard, and participating in races as well as World Championships.

Contact Information

If you desire to learn more about all Sail With Scott has to offer you and your family, you can email him at [email protected] You can also visit his website – Sail With Scott, or call 855-724-5948.


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Lake Ray Hubbard Weather Forecast



Hi: 100

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 81



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Thursday Night


Lo: 83



Hi: 103

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 84



Hi: 104

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 82

Lake Ray Hubbard Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 7/6: 434.66 (-0.84)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 29)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 81-84 degrees; 0.51 feet low. White bass are fair on shallow points and flats in 8-12 feet of water throwing small tail spinners, and on humps and ridges in 12-28 feet using slab and jig combinations. Crappie are fair on brush tops in 25-35 feet water suspended mid way minnows working well. Catfish are excellent on the north end of the lake around trees and points using cut shad and prepared stink bait. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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