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FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville #13362543 12/06/19 01:26 AM
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Where should I go this weekend? I have heard good things about the nature center but I have also been eyeing that stretch of river for a while now. I am mainly targeting bass and trying to break a LOOOOOOOONG skunk streak.

Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: Artfuldodger024] #13362573 12/06/19 01:48 AM
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The stretch between Ray Roberts and Lewisville is often very shallow. You will need to check the flows out of Ray Roberts before heading out... most of the time, it's very shallow.

Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: Artfuldodger024] #13362582 12/06/19 01:54 AM
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Watch out for the gators at the nature center lol

Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: iluvfishin] #13363372 12/06/19 04:40 PM
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I have been to the Nature Center at least a dozen times and have seen a gator twice. Never heard of anyone being bothered by them. If you want to be concerned about wildlife, snakes are a slightly bigger concern. Last time I was there, in warmer weather going up toward the Eagle Mountain, I saw dozens of large wasp nests covered with thousands of large wasps in the overhanging branches. Never seen it like that before. I turned around and headed back after a while cause one errant cast or bumping a low hanging branch and I wouldn't have been able to pedal fast enough to escape. Th wasps shouldn't be a problem this time of year though.[Linked Image]

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Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: Artfuldodger024] #13363636 12/06/19 09:30 PM
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The stretch between Roberts and Lewisville is not very navigable. Too many old log jams that even have grass growing on them.

Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: Artfuldodger024] #13364441 12/07/19 07:08 PM
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As said before the run from Ray Bob to the Lew is almost all but impassable. Has been for several years.



Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: Artfuldodger024] #13368804 12/11/19 02:23 PM
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The streach from ray rob dam to the first takeout at 428 is passable. Going further south is a no go. The log jam at 380 is never going to go away. I think its so dangerous. Tons of people fish there from land and im sure someone is going to walk out on that and go out in a horrific way. There is also a feeder creek to that river. I cant remember but i think its off 428 going twards 288.


Re: FW Nature Center Vs. Trinity between Ray Roberts and Lewisville [Re: christian myrick] #13369220 12/11/19 06:44 PM
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That's good to know I am going to go check that stretch out at some point.

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