Huxley Bay Marina


Address
13200 FM 2694
Shelbyville, Texas

Contact
936-368-2494

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Located on the north end of the Texas side of Toledo Bend Reservoir, Huxley Bay Marina offers an RV Park, Motel, and Marina slips as well as well as the new Huxley Bay Restaurant and Bait shop. The marina is situated on a protective cove with one of the few deep water access to the lake at low water level conditions, just minutes from the river channel and the main north/south boat lane.

All Huxley Bay Renters have access to the recreational room, laundromat and free boat launch

R.V. Park Rates: Scenic, waterfront R.V. camping on Toledo Bend.
Our RV spaces include water, sewer, trash and full hook-up services.
Daily Rate: $25
Weekly Rate 7th night free: $150
Monthly Rate: $ 400

Motel Rates: We do offer smoking and non-smoking room
Daily Rate: $60 plus tax per 4 adults per night, each additional person is $10 extra; children younger than 12 stay for free.
Weekly Rate 7th night free: $360
Monthly Rate: $1,080

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Toledo Bend Lake Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Sunny

Hi: 85

Wednesday Night

Clear

Lo: 58

Thursday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 89

Thursday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 61

Friday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 88

Friday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 61

Saturday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 81

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 56


Toledo Bend Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 10/5: 167.46 (-4.54)



Toledo Bend Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 28)

GOOD. Water stained; 76-78 degrees; 4.34 feet low. The water level is 167.7 with no generators running. Water temperature at the Dam is 76-78 degrees with surface temperature around 76.This is the third week with no rainfall. The back feeder creeks are clear in the deeper holes, but the lake is turning over causing shallow areas to look muddy and the main lake remains clear. The best fishing times this week has been at first light to mid-morning. Black bass are still in the summer to fall transition and remain scattered. The bass have been biting and chasing smaller shad profile baits like 1/4 ounce rattletraps in chrome, black or blue back, bladed baits, and smaller crankbaits in shad colors. Another pattern is black and blue football jigs 3/8 - 3/4 ounce with a 3-inch matching color grub trailer, and a green pumpkin jig with the chuck tail dipped in chartreuse color. The punch and frog bite has been producing wherever you can find floating vegetation, Lilly pads or healthy green hydrilla. Crappie bite has been picking up in 6-25 feet of water using small jigs and minnows depending on the cloud cover and cooling night temperatures. Bluegills are still mixed in with crappie in the brush piles and some are now being caught under boathouses and docks. Catfish are holding in 10-20 feet of water and have also been caught migrating up into the feeder creeks. Hey crew, this week is cooling down and will be in the 50s . Here we go, we either go hunting or go fishing. It's all good. Get out there! Always leave the area better than you found it (no trash, pickup what you can). Good luck and tight lines! Report from Master Captain Steve (Scooby) Stubbe, Mudfish Adventures LLC, Orvis Endorsed Fishing Guide, Mudfish Rod Shop, Kayak Sales, and Rod Repair.

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