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Any boat ramps on the Brazos below the Marlin Falls? #13705580 09/20/20 10:50 AM
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Any of you guys know if there is a boat ramp below the Falls at Marlin? Please correct me if I am wrong, but I believe the boat ramp at the Marlin Falls Park is above the falls. I am wanting to fish down stream, and I don't want to take the boat over the falls. If you know of a public access ramp below the falls I would sure appreciate the information.

Thanks!

Re: Any boat ramps on the Brazos below the Marlin Falls? [Re: CDS] #13709532 09/24/20 12:56 AM
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Yes, the boat ramp is above the falls. What type of boat? A few miles down is Highbank. There's a sort of dirt ramp there on the west bank. Take FM 2027 all the way to Wilderville (there's a T) and turn left. When you hit the bridge over the Brazos you're in Highbank. I make no guarantees. That's a very sketchy launch at best. I've done it a few times in Jon boats, wouldn't try it in a nice bass rig.

Wait a sec! I think when they fenced off all the previously public access to the river they moved the ramp down stream of the falls. I'm going by there in a couple days, anyway. I'll check and get back to you.

Funny fact, I've driven a car across the falls from one side to the other.

Last edited by Slow Drifter; 09/24/20 01:04 AM. Reason: maybe some usefully stuff?

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