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Ray Roberts lake #12713600
04/12/18 06:02 PM
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Hello all my name is Quincy and I will be taking a group from my church out to Ray Roberts this weekend. I am new to TX so I don't know much about where to fish. I have heard that the spillway at Ray Roberts is a good place to go but I have also heard the pier at Isle Du Bois is good. Can anyone tell me what would be my best option? Thank you for your time.

Re: Ray Roberts lake [Re: PastorQ] #12713605
04/12/18 06:03 PM
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Re: Ray Roberts lake [Re: PastorQ] #12714040
04/12/18 10:34 PM
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The Pier is more group friendly as well as the banks there are easy to fish from and amenities, tables , restrooms close by
Below the spillway is uhmmm... more challenging smile

There is bank fishing and playgrounds, tables at the tip of Johnson branch state park as well.

Re: Ray Roberts lake [Re: PastorQ] #12714232
04/13/18 12:52 AM
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Ray Roberts is challenging from anywhere. It's my home lake and I have trouble with it. This weekend will be windy so if your two choices are the pier or the spillway, I would take the pier. It's on a wind blown point so you might catch some sandbass or catfish. But if want to catch some fish with a group of newbies right now, I would check out the barge at lake Lewisville. Shielded from the wind and they are catching crappie outof there pretty regularly right now.

Re: Ray Roberts lake [Re: PastorQ] #12714302
04/13/18 01:54 AM
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Spillway only releasing 16cfs

Re: Ray Roberts lake [Re: PastorQ] #12825954
07/12/18 07:35 PM
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Re: Ray Roberts lake [Re: PastorQ] #12830457
07/16/18 09:15 PM
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Sent you a PM. Then realized your original post was from April. My bad.

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