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Still Closed Today

I visited the Sanger Boat Ramp today, and that ramp is still closed. That means most of them are closed on Lake Ray Roberts. As far as the Greenbelt goes, kayaking is still not advisable due to release rates and changes in release rates. If anyone is interested, I have two kayaks for sale! They […]

Green Belt Elm Fork Trinity River Not Open Not Navigable Not Safe

trinity river kayak shuttle at denton greenbelt kayak shuttle service I hope the headline is enough to get your attention! It has taken awhile to get back to the updates here, as flooding, epic flows from Lake Ray Roberts and other area lakes — have dominated my reporting on For the record, all boat […]

Ray Roberts Dam is OPEN

kayak shuttle service greenbelt kayaking denton texas FLOODING CONDITIONS RADICALLY CHANGING THE GREENBELT RIGHT NOW For the first time in years, the Dam at Lake Ray Roberts has been opened up. That’s because there was another bulge of water that hit the lake last night, and although there were cleaning crews working on removing zebra […]

Fall is Upon us

Temperatures have cooled finally, but there is still no forecast of rain in the two week forecast. The Greenbelt from 380 Park to Lake Lewisville is now non-navigable. Lake Lewisville has receded on the northern reaches – away from Hwy. 380 – several hundred yards. There are other opportunities to kayak on Lake Ray Roberts […]

Fishing Tournament at Ray Roberts Johnson Branch

If you are a kayak fisher, be sure to head on out to the TKF tournament being put on by the DFW group this Saturday at Johnson Branch Park on the north side of Lake Ray Roberts. You will see the folks from Mariner Sails, I will be bringing out a couple of Diablos, and […]

Dog Days of Summer

Kayaking on Lake Ray Roberts

Ray Roberts Kayaking

This is what makes kayaking on Ray Roberts so attractive. Coves and areas that are only accessible by kayak offer scenic settings, exclusive nature viewing and prime fishing. This image was sent in by fisher and kayaker Molly Deussen.

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