Lake Ray Roberts Fishing Trips 2018-03-08T02:54:18+00:00

Lake Ray Roberts FISHING TRIPS

Jim Walling and Ucatchem Fishing Guide Service offer the best in professionally guided Lake Ray Roberts fishing trips for Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Crappies, and Catfish. Jim has been fishing on Lake Ray Roberts for over 26 years and knows every stump, bump and hiding place for slab Crappie, Trophy Largemouth Bass and stringers of White Bass. Bring your family and cooler and Jim and his crew will do all the work cleaning and prepping your fish at the end of the day. If you want to bring your own fishing gear you can, or let Jim take care of everything and just bring your family or friends.


Ray Roberts has some of the Best Largemouth Bass Fishing in Texas! Full of Florida-strain Largemouth Bass, Ray Roberts has produced some Lunker Bass through the years, including the Lake Record Bass weighing in at 14.59 lbs! Hit the water with Jim and spend the day largemouth bass fishing, reelin in Big Bass in all of Jim’s favorite spots on the Lake. Jim will take care of all the details and whether you’re a beginner Angler or seasoned Pro, you will learn tips and tricks to fish for big Bass on Ray Roberts.

Largemouth Bass Trips
Lake Ray Roberts White Bass Fishing Guides


Lake Ray Roberts is known for GREAT White Bass fishing. Many of you may refer to these fish as Sand Bass, especially if you’re from North Texas. They are fun to catch and great to eat! Jim has been fishing for White Bass on Ray Roberts since 1990. He knows every bump, hump and structure on the Lake to find White Bass. He will put you on the fish so that you fill your cooler for a Big Fish Fry! Once the day is done Jim will fillet and bag your Sand Bass so that all you have to do is begin planning how you’re going to cook them.

White Bass Trips
Lake Ray Roberts Crappie Fishing Guides


Come crappie fishing on Lake Ray Roberts and fill a cooler full of great tasting Crappie! Lake Ray Roberts is full of Texas sized Slab Crappie, and the quickest way to your Limit is with an experienced Guide! Knowing which bait, how shallow or how deep, and what structures or timber Crappie are hiding in and holding to can make the difference between getting skunked and filling a cooler with these tasty fish. Whether you’re fishing pre-spawn, during the spawn or after the spawn, Crappie fishing on Lake Ray Roberts can be one of the most exhilarating fishing an angler can do.

Crappie Fishing Trips
Guided Catfishing on Lake Ray Roberts with Ucatchem Fishing Guide Service


Ucatchem Guide Service offers guided trips for Channel or Blue Catfish on Lake Ray Roberts. Lake Ray Roberts, located just 45 minutes north of Dallas and Fort Worth just north of Denton Texas and is home to some excellent catfishing and home to several amazing Texas State Parks to spend a day, the weekend or an entire week. Lake Ray Roberts is an excellent lake for channel catfish. Our Lake Ray Roberts guide trips for channel catfish are always a popular option.

Catfishing Trips on Ray Hubbard
Guided Group & Company Fishing Trips on Lake Ray Roberts with Ucatchem Fishing Guide Service


Lake Ray Roberts Group Fishing Trips are ideal when you’re looking for something new and exciting to do for any group or company outing. Ucatchem’s Lake Ray Roberts Fishing Guide Service has just what you need to break the mold. Come out for the best Largemouth Bass, White Bass (aka Sand Bass), Crappie, and Catfish fishing in north Texas, and let Jim Walling and his experienced Lake Ray Roberts Fishing Guide Staff take you to the best fishing spots. Birthdays, reunions, or any get-together with family or friends are better when you’re fishing Lake Ray Roberts with Ucatchem.

Group & Company Fishing Trips
“Again I had the pleasure of fishing with Jim Walling on Ray Roberts. This trip was originally scheduled for the Wednesday before the CAT Tourney but was cancelled due to high winds and today’s start time was pushed back due to lightning. Summer is only a few hours away. We fished on the main lake Corp piles and Jim’s piles. The fishing started out slow. One or two good fish per pile. About 11:00 the fish turned on. Jim asked me what changed? The answer was the wind. When we started the wind was out of the SE, went dead calm and finally out of the NE. In Jim’s experience, the NE wind makes the crappie turn on. I can’t argue”
Pat M.