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Running Ray Hubbard #13796702 12/07/20 12:11 AM
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Never been and was wondering about running the lake and what ramp to use? I figure main lake is safe from 30 to the damn? Thanks.

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Harbor Bay or Chandler’s Landing are good but cost to launch. Terry Park towards the damn is good and free. From 30 to the damn pretty wide open, just don’t cut the points on the east side lake to close and you should be fine. Once you get to Rush creek in the middle of the lake there is a big tree which visible heading to damn.

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What about north of 30? Google earth shows could be sketchy.

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It is ^^^^^. Timber erruhwhere


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Originally Posted by 94sktr
What about north of 30? Google earth shows could be sketchy.



That's because it is sketchy....

Re: Running Ray Hubbard [Re: Txduckhunter] #13796809 12/07/20 01:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
It is ^^^^^. Timber erruhwhere

Originally Posted by Txduckhunter
Originally Posted by 94sktr
What about north of 30? Google earth shows could be sketchy.



That's because it is sketchy....


Thanks, just wanted to clarify.

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30 north to 66 and 30 north to Miller road are sketchy. 66 north and Miller road north are extra sketch


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Re: Running Ray Hubbard [Re: 94sktr] #13796878 12/07/20 02:56 AM
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With the exception of the west bank north of 66 to the power lines, all other areas have a pretty clear run to get to them.

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Originally Posted by Douglas J
With the exception of the west bank north of 66 to the power lines, all other areas have a pretty clear run to get to them.



Listen to this man ^^^^^, few know Ray Hub better


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Re: Running Ray Hubbard [Re: 94sktr] #13797145 12/07/20 01:49 PM
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Make sure your boat insurance is paid up to date if you go north of 30.

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Ray Hubbard has a way of eating lower units, lots of areas with what looks like open water but has that one iron hard stump just below the surface. If you see trees, stumps or other then realize you might be in an old forest. There are tried and true paths through most areas but you have to follow someone that has done it many times and can explain where and why it gets dicey.


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Thanks guys

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What part of town do you live in? And what electronics?

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Originally Posted by Tiltman
What part of town do you live in? And what electronics?


I live on Fork but will be fishing a tournament there in January. Have Helix 9'' with standard lake master.

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