Lake Ray Hubbard, Texas
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About Lake Ray Hubbard
Ray Hubbard Reservoir is a 22,745-acre impoundment constructed on the East Fork of the Trinity River by the City of Dallas in 1968 to provide water for municipal, industrial, and recreational purposes. Ray Hubbard Reservoir lies within Dallas, Collin, Rockwall, and Kaufman counties. The reservoir is part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. The reservoir has a 1,074 square-mile watershed that lies in the Blackland Prairies ecological region. The reservoir is 13 miles long and 3 miles wide (widest point). It contains 452,040 acre-feet of water at conservation elevation (435.5 ft above mean sea level) and has a maximum depth of 40 feet. Bank and boat access are adequate. At the time of sampling the fishery habitat was primarily standing timber, native emergent vegetation, eroded banks, and rocky habitat in the form of riprap. Hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata) is present and has historically provided fish habitat. However, for the last several years the Hydrilla coverage has been minimal.
Fishing Lake Ray Hubbard
Lake Ray Hubbard Fishing Regulations
State regulations apply for all species on Lake Ray Hubbard. Visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website for information about Lake Bridgeport fishing records, stocking history, and the latest survey report.