SKYTRAQ's Resort


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SKYTRAQs Resort-pure country quiet and a million stars- resides on 6.6 acres of pine trees, dogwoods, oaks and meadows of wildflowers and wild blackberries on the shores of Lake Palestine in East Texas.

SKYTRAQs Resort has 4 full hookup RV spaces and 7 rental cabins yet we we purposely left the 200 feet of waterfront open for all of our guests to enjoy so there are no waterfront spaces. All of our spaces are partially shaded, with white, river rock pads. Each has a picnic table and a grill/fire ring. A security light is nearby. For activities, fish off the dock, rent a pontoon boat nearby, or bring your own boat and use our boat ramp. Also check out our basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, playground and horse shoes. We have a large library of VHS tapes/DVDs available to borrow-no charge. We are pet friendly!

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Wednesday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 95

Wednesday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 74

Thursday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 91

Thursday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 73

Friday

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Hi: 89

Friday Night

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Lo: 73

Saturday

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Hi: 91

Saturday Night

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Lo: 75


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Water Level on 6/29: 344.32 (-0.68)



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Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 22)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 83 degrees; 0.47 feet below. Bass are goood on Carolina rigs with eight inch worms, and brush hawgs. Good early morning topwater bite. Crankbaits are not working, but should work in August when the water is warmer. Crappie are good on the side of the river in the trees and in 20-24 feet of water. White bass are good off points with rattletraps and red eyed shad artificials. When the fish are busting the surface small topwater baits and small jerk baits will bring them in the boat. Catfish are excellent in 17 feet of water on baited holes with nightcrawlers. Smaller sized catches, but fun for the kids to catch. Report by Ricky Vandergriff, Ricky’s Guide Service.

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