ray-hubbard-fishing-guide

"AFTER 20 YEARS OF GUIDE SERVICE C.C. HAS ANNOUNCED HIS RETIREMENT!

He would like to recommend

Doug's Guide Service

for those wanting great guide services on Lake Ray Hubbard.

Click the link above or Doug at 214-952-6721

C.C. Oswalt is a licensed fishing guide with 19 years of guide service. 17 years on Lake Fork in East Texas and 2 years on Lake Ray Hubbard.

Lake Ray Hubbard, formerly known as Forney Resevoir, has 21,671 surface acres with a maximum depth of 40 feet. The lake was impounded in 1968. The earthen dam was completed in 1969. By 1970 the Lake Ray Hubbard reached its full pool level. The lake is one mile west of Rockwall on the east fork of the Trinity river.

You'll be fishing out of a 22' pontoon boat, two live wells, trolling motor, electronics include:

  • Lowrance sonar fish finder
  • Lowrance GPS for getting back on the fish
  • Stereo and CD player for small parties

Will provide safety for the kids and shade for mom. Curtained privacy potty. Big Bimini top for shade.

Night trips available with lights. 4 rod holders for crappi fishing.

I have been fishing for many many years and enjoy teaching fishing.

 

Gift certificates are available. Great for Christmas and birthdays

Fishing tackle furnished. We will clean and bag your fish. The boat is docked at Harbor Bay Marina. Fishing licenses are available at Bass Pro Shop and Walmart.

Please support our military. We live in the land of the free because of them! 10% discount to any active or retired soldier with proof of service.

Also available guided trips on Lake Fork

Known to be the greatest 27,000 acres of water in the country for bass fishing

Lake Fork

 

Guarantee to you:

You are guaranteed to catch fish. We can't guarantee the number or size, but if you don't catch fish we will schedule another trip for free.

The weather will not ruin your adventure. If the weather is bad, we will reschedule your trip. If there is lightning, we must get off the lake.

Directions:

Coming from Dallas or west - go East on I30. Exit 67A Village Dr. in Rockwall. Take a left. Go past Snuffer's, cross the small bridge and take a left to the marina. The first boat you can get to is ours.

Coming from Greenville or east Texas - go Wast on I30. Exit Ridge Road in Rockwall. Go through the light and turn right at the second light (Village Road). Cross the small bridge and take a left to the marina. The first boat you can get to is ours.

Two boats to choose from, a pontoon boat and a center console bay boat

Not a computer guy but I will answer emails. I would prefer that you call me.