Lake Ray Hubbard Offers Excellent Angling For Catfish & Striped Bass




Lake Ray Hubbard Offers Excellent Angling For Catfish & Striped Bass


Lake Ray Hubbard is an excellent place to angle for catfish and striped bass. The lake also offers good opportunities to fish for largemouth bass, crappie, and white bass. Lake Ray Hubbard is a great place to go fishing.


Lake Ray Hubbard Characteristics


Lake Ray Hubbard is one mile west of Rockwall on the east of Trinity River. The lake surface area is over twenty-one thousand acres. The maximum depth of the lake is approximately forty feet. There are numerous access points publicly accessible at Lake Ray Hubbard.


Public Access Points – Lake Ray Hubbard


Public access points are numerous at the lake. There are many park access points, including Robertson Park, Paddle Point Park, Paul Jones Park, Harbor Bay, and Terry Park. Additional points of access include the SH 66 ramp, Chandler’s Landing, and Captain’s Cove. Under regular operating schedules, each location is open throughout the year.


Courtesy docks are available at Paddle Point, Paul Jones, Harbor Bay, and Terry Park. The docks are also open at the SH 66 Ramp, Chandler’s Landing, and Captain’s Cove. Parking is available at all locations. Picnic tables are available in some areas, as well as restroom access.


Come and Fish the Waters of Lake Ray Hubbard


Come and fish the waters of Lake Ray Hubbard all year round. The largemouth bass is found around the vegetation areas and along the riprap. Crappies and white bass are more common hiding around the submerged brush piles during the Summertime. Various points extend out through the lake, which are excellent locations for striped bass and white bass.


Come to Lake Ray Hubbard and Get Your Angling on!

 

 




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Lake Ray Hubbard Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Hot

Hi: 100

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 81

Thursday

Hot

Hi: 101

Thursday Night

Clear

Lo: 83

Friday

Hot

Hi: 103

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 84

Saturday

Hot

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)



Lake Ray Hubbard

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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