Toledo Bend Lake Boat Ramps

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Bayou Siepe Boat Ramp

Bayou Siepe Boat Ramp is located at end of FM 100A. It has only a one-lane ramp that handles all boat types. There are no courtesy docks, and a fee is required. There are no restrooms also. This is open all year round.

Swede Johnson Public Boat Ramp

Swede Johnson Public Boat Ramp is located in the south area of Joaquin. This offers a one-lane working ramp that can accommodate all boat types. There are no fees required and this is open all year round.

East Hamilton Boat Ramp

East Hamilton Boat Ramp is located off FM 2261, 9 miles east of Patroon. It has a one-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types. There are no courtesy docks, no restrooms and a fee is required. This is open all year round.

North Toledo Bend State Park Ramp

North Toledo Bend State Park Ramp has a double ramp, a large parking lot, and a fish cleaning station. There are no courtesy docks. Restrooms are located on the pool side.

Ragtown Boat Ramp

Ragtown Boat Ramp is located off FM 3184, 6 miles east of the junction with FM 139. There are two-lane boat ramps that handle all boat types but they may not be able to use for low lake levels. There are no courtesy docks, there are restrooms, and a...

Carrice Creek Boat Ramp

Carrice Creek Boat Ramp is located off Texas Highway 21, 6.5 miles east of Milam. It has a one-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types. A fee is required and this is open all year round.

Willow Oak Boat Ramp

Willow Oak Boat Ramp is located off Texas 87 in Fairmount. It has two-lane boat ramps that can handle all boat types. There are portable toilets for restroom usage. There is a fee required and this is open all year round.

Tenaha Creek Public Boat Ramp

Tenaha Creek Public Boat Ramp is located off FM 139, 10 miles south of Joaquin. This ramp has only one lane that can handle all boat types. This may not be usable for low lake levels. There are no courtesy docks, no fee required, and this is open...

Joaquin Public Ramp

Joaquin Public Ramp is located off US 84 on the Texas side of the Sabine River. This has two-lane boat ramps that cannot be usable at low water levels. There is no fee required and this is open all year round.

Indian Mounds Boat Ramp

Indian Mounds Boat Ramp is located off FM 3382, 5 miles south of the junction with FM 83. It has a three-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types. There are restrooms in the place. A fee is required and this is open all year round.

Six Mile Public Boat Ramp

Six Mile Public Boat Ramp is located on the south end of Toledo Bend on the Texas side in Sabine National Forest. It has a two-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types. There are no fees required, no courtesy docks. This is open all year round.

Jack's 944 Launch and Landing

Jack's 944 Launch and Landing is located off FM 944, 8 miles south of Hemphill. It has a one-lane boat ramp that can handle all boat types. This is open all year round with a fee.

South Toledo Boat Launch

South Toledo Boat Launch has a side of 100' wide that can accommodate all boat types. There are also courtesy docks.

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Toledo Bend Lake Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 53

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 30

Wednesday

Sunny

Hi: 48

Wednesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 33

Thursday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 53

Thursday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 38

Friday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 49

Friday Night

Clear

Lo: 32


Toledo Bend Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 1/25: 168.63 (-3.37)



Toledo Bend Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jan. 19)

FAIR. Water stained; 52-56 degrees; 3.55 feet low. GOOD. The water level is 168.5 with no generators running. The water is clear in the main lake and is muddy in the feeder creeks. Water temperature in the main lake is running 54-58 degrees and further back up in the creeks is 47-48. Largemouth bass have been scattered due to the varying weather patterns (cold and very windy). Crappie are holding in deep water off of brush piles. There have been very few boats running on the lake this week. Monkey milk, NFB T-shad seems to be the winning color in plastics or live minnows in 22-28 feet of water. Winter has made it to East Texas finally with a 27-degree nighttime temperature. The chicken coop area should start getting active now. The white bass will be moving North to the headwaters very soon for their spawn. Kayakers are catching bass using a half-ounce chrome blue back and an imitation bleeding shad rattletraps in 2-6 feet of water. No catfish bites were reported this week, but with the cooling weather and water rising the bite should turn on soon. January and February are good months on TBend for a fish of a lifetime. Good luck and tight lines! Report from Captain Steve (Scooby) Stubbe, Mudfish Adventures LLC, Mudfish Rod Shop, Kayak/Guide Service.

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