The Greenbelt Alliance wants to make sure all members know about the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s public meeting later this week (Thursday, June 9) concerning a change in the horse trail system on the Greenbelt. Chris True and his staff at Lake Ray Roberts State Park are convening a public meeting to discuss options […]
FROM THE TPWD NEWS WIRE AUSTIN – Paddlers and nature tourists will soon be able to enjoy everything from a relaxing journey down a shaded creek or across a wildlife-rich wetlands pond to a wide-open paddle across a placid lake or an exciting run of Trinity River “whitewater” within view of the Dallas skyline when […]
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 […]
In case you are still wondering just how stable and fun a Diablo kayak can be, take a look at this image I shot two weeks ago on the Guadalupe River at the Guadalupe River Troutfest. Let me know if you are interested in taking a Diablo out for a paddle sometime.
We can all breathe a sigh of relief. The wise members of the Texas Public Utilities Commission chose a route that circumnavigates Lake Ray Roberts completely to the north. It looks like this one is a win for preserving the natural skyline of the Greenbelt along 380 in Denton County, Texas. http://www.dentonrc.com/s/dws/img/drc/03-11/0304oncor.pdf