A few months back, I was at Kimball Bend, and the lady at the entrance said they haven't been able to use their ramp for years. They haven't had any rain or water rise since. I went to the ramp at Nolan River Park(there really isn't a park, and since there are no signs, you have to drive thru rock quarries to hunt and find it. Their ramp was two feet out of the water. You probably should call Hamm Creek Park and see if their ramp is usable. It's really pretty sad that even with the rain we have had, almost none falls in the lake watersheds and when any does go into the Brazos, the BRA sells the water to Squaw Creek for the nuke plant lake, and the other lakes are still at least 60% or less capacity.
Good Luck, IslandJim
I'm an Eighth Day Adventist. On the Eighth Day, God went fishing!