Lake Sam Rayburn Boat Ramps

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San Augustine Boat Ramp

San Augustine Boat Ramp is located off FM 1751, 6 miles south of the junction with FM 83. There are four-lane ramps that can handle all boat types with courtesy docks and handicap access. There are restrooms, live bait, and a parking area for...

Mill Creek Park Boat Ramp

Mill Creek Park Boat Ramp has one boat ramp with two launching lanes and has plenty of parking areas. There is also a restroom, boat gas station, live bait, and a fee of $5.

Rayburn Park

Rayburn Park is located at the end of FM 3127, Jasper TX. It has a two-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types, and parking for vehicles. There is a restroom and handicap access. This is open all year round and can also have camping.

Monterey Boat Ramp

Monterey Boat Ramp is located off FM 3124, 2 miles east of the junction with FM 2109. There are four-lane boat ramps that can handle all boat types. There is a restroom, handicap access, and a parking area.

Twin Dikes Park

Twin Dikes Park has a four-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types with courtesy docks, and handicap access. There's also a restroom, parking area, boat gas, and live bait.

Hanks Creek Park Boat Ramp

Hanks Creek Park Boat Ramp has a single-lane ramp that can accommodate all boat types with a courtesy dock, and parking. There is a restroom, handicap access, camping area, and this is open all year round.

Caney Creek Park Boat Ramp

Caney Creek Park Boat Ramp is located at the end of FM 2743. There are two-lane boat ramps, but this is not usable when the water is at a low level. There is a restroom and a fee is required.

Cassels-Boykin Boat Ramp

Cassels-Boykin Boat Ramp has five launch ramps on the south shore and four ramps on the north shore. There is a parking space for 100 vehicles and an 80-foot handicapped accessible courtesy pier and improved lighting and signage. There's also a...

Umphrey Boat Ramp

Umphrey Boat Ramp is located adjacent to the Umphrey Pavilion. This is a public ramp with four launch lanes and parking for approximately 200 vehicles. There is a restroom.

Etoile Park Public Boat Ramp

Etoile Park Public Boat Ramp at East side of Lake @ Texas 103. There are four-lane ramps that can handle all boat types, but this may not be usable on low water levels. There is parking and handicap access.

Sandy Creek Public Boat Ramp

Sandy Creek Public Boat Ramp has a two-lane boat ramp that handles all boat types but this is not usable on low water levels. There are restrooms, handicap access, and parking. There is a fee required.

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Lake Sam Rayburn Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 83

Tuesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 58

Wednesday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 67

Wednesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 46

Thursday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 59

Thursday Night

Rain Showers Likely

Lo: 48

Friday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 69

Friday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 56


Lake Sam Rayburn Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/28: 162.57 (-1.83)



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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 22)

GOOD. Water stained; 58-63 degrees; 0.84 feet below pool. Full moon this weekend will draw the fish up shallow with the best bites in the morning and late afternoon. The water is muddy north of the Texas State Highway 147 bridge and clearing south of the bridge. The grass lines are in 6-12 feet grass of water. Male bass are moving up shallow in the grass, but the females are holding in 12 feet of water. Cast soft plastics and rattletraps. Crappie are moving into creeks to spawn with very few on main lake brush piles. Catfish will follow soon. White bass are good up the river and can be fun to fish as they put up a good fight. If there are high winds it will stir the water up, cooling the water in the pockets. Water is being released as work continues on the dam. Report by Captain Lynn Atkinson, Reel Um N Guide Service. Water conditions continue to rise with large rains this past weekend. Murky water continues to head south from the Angelina River inflow of water and major creeks water temperature ranging from 54-59 large populations of fish can be found shallow in the mouths of the creeks secondary points and drains. Rattletrap and chatterbait up shallow, Alabama rig, Damici rig, jig, and crankbait out deep. Report by Captain Hank Harrison, Double H Precision Fishing.

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