Lake Ray Roberts LARGEMOUTH BASS FISHING GUIDES
Lake Ray Roberts largemouth bass fishing guides, Ucatchem Guide Service, has a name that speaks for itself! We’ll supply everything you need for a great bass fishing experience, get you to the fish, and then help ‘you catch em’. Lake 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 Ray Roberts Largemouth Bass record of 15.18 lbs. (26.25 inches)!
Hit the water with Jim and spend the day largemouth bass fishing, reeling 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 angling seems to peak in the spring and fall, but most trophy bass are caught in February and March.
Jim is out on the Lake every chance he gets, searching out the best largemouth bass fishing holes and saving his favorite spots for his Clients. To Schedule your Lunker Bass Fishing Trip call the best Lake Ray Roberts largemouth bass fishing guides you can get at 940-391-5534.
What is a “Lunker” Largemouth Bass?
A “lunker” largemouth bass in Texas is one weighing 8 pounds or more, or measuring over 26 inches long. The term “lunker” means “something large of its kind” and will therefore is applied to other species based on their specific specs. Requirements for classifying a “Lunker Largemouth Bass”, or other type fish, will vary per state, region, or even by event.
I practice catch & release only for Largemouth Bass!
What do you need to bring?
Texas Fishing License (17 and Older)
Cooler (for your food, drinks and to carry all of your fish home in)
Food and Drinks (water is provided)
Desire to Catch a Boat Load of Catfish!
What we provide:
- All the Fishing Gear, Tackle and Bait (you can bring your own if you would like)
- Water for everyone
- All the knowledge and skill to have an AMAZING day Lake Ray Roberts Catfishing
If you have any questions about what to bring or you would like additional information about your Guided Trip, give Jim a call!
About UCATCHEM Lake Ray Roberts Guide Service
Jim Walling found his passion for fishing as a child, and continues to share his wealth of fishing knowledge today. Jim started guiding fishing trips on Lake Ray Roberts when it opened to boats in 1990, and knows every hump, bump and hiding place on the lake. If you want to fish for Trophy Bass, Slab Crappie, White Bass or even Catfish, Jim would love to share his love of fishing with you. Children under 16 fish Free with paying Adult Angler! UCatchem Guide Services offers trips for Individuals, Families, Large Groups and Corporate Events.
About Lake Ray Roberts
One of 22 reservoirs on the Trinity River, 29,000 acre Lake Ray Roberts provides water to Dallas and Denton and helps contain floods, something it did admirably in 2015 when the record book got tossed out. More importantly for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts, the lake provides habitat for fish and wildlife and a venue for fishing, swimming and boating. Folks can catch largemouth and white bass, crappie and catfish here. The lake record largemouth bass is 15.18 lbs; blue catfish 53.09 pounds, and flathead catfish, 62.60 lbs.
Those fishing from a boat are likely to hook crappie around brush piles, standing dead trees and bridge piers, especially bridges at Buck Creek (north of Pilot Point) and on FM 922 across the north side of the lake. Sand bass surface in open water south of Wolf Island, north of Hawthorn Island and off the park’s Culp Branch, which is just west of the dam. These fish like jigs and minnows. Black bass lurk along cliff faces on the east side of the dam, as well as in coves and around underwater structure. Catfish tend to hang out under trees where egrets and cormorants roost. Many anglers enlist the services of local Lake Ray Roberts Fishing Guide, Ucatchem Guide Services, to put them on the best places to fish.
Since 1987, when the lake was dammed, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has stocked these waters with hundreds of thousands of Florida largemouth bass as well as channel catfish and shad.
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Almost 11lb Lunker Bass caught during one of Jim’s Guided Trips.
Have you heard? Lake Ray Roberts has been named to the Top 100 Bass Lakes by BassMaster Magazine! There’s a reason I love fishing Ray Roberts and this is a great example of how great our Largemouth Bass fishery truly is! If you are looking for Lake Ray Roberts Largemouth Bass Fishing Guides who can provide a great day of Lunker Bass Fishing, call Ucatchem Guide Service today at 940-391-5534 and find out what it’s like to Bass fish on a Top 100 Bass Lake.