Lake Ray Hubbard

Dallas - Texas

  • 818 catches

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  • 154 spots

Channel cats, Largemouth Bass and white Crappie grow faster in Ray Hubbard than in any other lake in the state. This water is surprisingly underfished for black bass and is a sleeper for good largemouth. 22,745 acres

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Lake Ray Hubbard Fishing Reports

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  1. 5 lb. 3 oz. 20.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a baby brush hog

    1. charley thomas 0
      Greg O - Fancy seeing you here :) Nice fish.
    2. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice work Gregory👍🏻
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  2. The Sand Bass Run was great. Here is a picture from April when they were running like crazy here in North Texas! This was 25 piece on the stringer!!

    White Bass with a Jigs

    1. Nice Catch. Set the hook and catch us at
  3. I know it's small...but it's the first catch of the day

    Bluegill with a Berkley Gulp! 6 in. Nightcrawlers

    1. Kelly Hanlon 0
      Oops, not a bluegill.
    2. George Horvath 0
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  4. 4 lb. 2 oz. 19.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a shaky head worm

    1. Scott S 0
      Looks bigger than 4 pounds
    2. Nice Catch. Set the hook and Catch us at
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  5. 4 lb. 11 oz. 20.0 in. Largemouth Bass with a squarebill crankbait

    1. Scott S 0
      Nice one
  6. Details: 1 lb. 2 oz. 12 in. Largemouth Bass with a Berkley Gulp! Earthworms

  7. Out on Ray Hubbard today, fishing from a dock and pulled up a slab crappie, looks like they are moving up a little shallow now, it's going to be fun when the ...more weather starts getting more cooler, most crappie are going to be up shallow.

    2 lb. 15 in. White Crappie with a Bobby Garland Baby Shad

    1. James . 0
      Yes it sure is
    2. Layne Johnson 0
      that’s a really big crappie!
    3. Layne Johnson 0
      that’s a really big crappie!
    4. Jerry Hoffmann 0
      Which marina dock?
    5. James . 0
      Thanks, James Kasecky, it sure is a slab isn't it?
    6. James Kasecky 0
    7. James Kasecky 0
    8. James . 0
      Thanks, Scott, yeah it sure is, just a few more weeks the fishing is going to be way better.
    9. Scott S 0
      Wow...that's a nice one
    10. James . 0
      Ain't that a slab, belly full of shad and minnows
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  8. Largemouth Bass with a Strike King Standard Buzzbaits

  9. 4 lb. 15 in. Largemouth Bass

    1. Christopher Straughter 0
      Well done! Nice fish!
    2. Bruce Fry 0
      Nice catch! That’s a blast in a kayak, congratulations!
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  10. I caught these Flathead Catfish midnight fishing and they were really on! They were weighing in around 28 pounds

    28 lb. Flathead Catfish with a live shad

    1. James . 0
      Any bank spot in the summertime, but night fishing is usually the best in summertime for big catfish. Points, rocks, and docks are all good.
    2. Steve hammonds 0
      Where is the best bank spots for the catfish on Ray Hubbard?
    3. James . 0
      I think I actually know where this is, It looks like it is the Chaha boat dock, I always use to catch big blue cats there, I can share the address with you?
    4. Jay Terleski 0
      Nice fish, shallows? Any hint where?
    5. Jay Terleski 0
      Nice fish, shallows? Any hint where?
    6. James . 0
      Those Flatheads are pretty big for Ray Hubbard, I have never seen that big of Flats at Ray Hubbard. 3 flatheads and big ones nice!!!!!
    7. Bradley Murine 0
      I love to catch flats they fight and look awesome I had one stick himself into a bank before ended up loosing that one still was a fun half hour though I usually ...more use a slip bobber rig and a slip sinker rig when I go out for cats
    8. Alexx Tonubbee 0
      I’m new to fishing and I still haven’t caught any fish. not sure what I’m doing wrong lol
    9. Cat Slayer 0
      Feel free to ask me any questions, I will give you tips and tricks on how I caught these, what rig, what setup, and where I caught these.
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