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Hubbard ramp help #10164838
07/25/14 08:22 PM
07/25/14 08:22 PM
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I am looking together back to hubbard tomorrow morning, and I was trying to find out what is the best ramp to use.

Re: Hubbard ramp help [Re: dsp] #10164876
07/25/14 08:34 PM
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Garland, Texas
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I have 21 ft deck boat and used Robertson ramp (east side) yesterday but will not use again until lake comes up. I didn't have any issues but had to trim motor all the way up and manually crank boat the last few feet on to trailer. Any other ramps useable?

Re: Hubbard ramp help [Re: dsp] #10164978
07/25/14 09:15 PM
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Harbor Bay is still open, but its dismal. Be careful or you may back your trailer right off the end of the ramp and then you're in trouble. You can thank all the people that insist on "power loading" their boats and blowing out the bottom at the end of the ramp. Trailers have winches for a reason. hammer Good luck!


Re: Hubbard ramp help [Re: dsp] #10164991
07/25/14 09:20 PM
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I used Chandlers yesterday and it's reduced to one lane now but I didn't have any problems. They increased the launch fee to $20 though. I guess they know how scary some of the other ramps have become.

Re: Hubbard ramp help [Re: dsp] #10165388
07/25/14 11:57 PM
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My is 21' and use Robertson ramp both east and west they are still OK.
I'm not going to pay $20 to launch.....lol


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Re: Hubbard ramp help [Re: Johnny Jr] #10165554
07/26/14 01:12 AM
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Might need to back the trailer in a little deeper when loading.

Last edited by Thump My Jig; 07/26/14 01:12 AM.

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