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Ray hubbard /hwy 66 bridge ?? #12798698
06/19/18 09:43 PM
06/19/18 09:43 PM
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haven't been on hub. in a long time. My question, how deep is water at the bridge, and would be productive in late eve.into night, or midday. Not trying to get honeyholes, just is it worth trying in hot azz summer?. thanks

Re: Ray hubbard /hwy 66 bridge ?? [Re: Lazy Ike] #12799360
06/20/18 11:41 AM
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On the East fork of Hubbard past 66, you can find water to 20 foot or so. As shallow as 8-10 on some hump areas.

Decent fishing in some places up there around the trees. Watch out though, a LOT of trees have broken off at, or just below, the water line and are now a pretty good hazard.

The west fork of Hubbard past 66 has a max depth of around 8 feet . Same stump hazard issues there as well.


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