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#12742797 - 05/04/18 07:26 AM Navigating Hubbard Creek Lake?
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Registered: 06/22/17
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Loc: Wise county
Plan on going to Hubbard Creek for the first time tomorrow and will be putting in at the dam. Is the the lake safe to run any underwater hazards to worry about? Thanks
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#12742824 - 05/04/18 07:45 AM Re: Navigating Hubbard Creek Lake? [Re: Ripinlip]
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The Longhorns are back....

#12742839 - 05/04/18 07:55 AM Re: Navigating Hubbard Creek Lake? [Re: WAWI]
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You sure are full of info!

#12742930 - 05/04/18 08:50 AM Re: Navigating Hubbard Creek Lake? [Re: Ripinlip]
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No real underwater hazards to worry about really. South end has sone humps that become islands during low water times. Thing with the ramp at the bridge is have a buddy unless you wanna get wet. It has a long slope for low water conditions so at current level your truck will be in the water to launch. Also there is a big metal anchor by the courtesy dock you need to watch for. It will tear up your lower unit. It’s probably 50’ our front towards the right side if your looking at it from the water.
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