Uncle Gus Marina - Boat Rentals & Club

112 CR 1710
Clifton, Texas 76634


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Uncle Gus Marina - Rental Boats
Whether spending the afternoon enjoying Water Sports on Lake Whitney or drinking wine and relaxing with friends and loved ones watching the sun set, our rental boats are sure to make your vacation complete. With 7 Watercrafts to choose from, we have something to suit all.

All Rentals are either 10am - 2pm or 3pm -7pm. If you rent the boat all day you get the extra hour 2pm-3pm for free!

Sweetwater 2011: Pontoon
Price: $340
Length: 18 Foot
Motor/Power: Yamaha F60 HP Outboard Engine
Ma Capacity: 8
Features include Canvas Playpen Cover, Stern Ladder, bucket style Captain's Chair, Helm Station with Windscreen, stereo/Bluetooth/App/AUX ready with (4) Speakers, Stern Table with built-in cup holders.

Sweetwater: 20 Foot: Pontoon
Price: $380
Length: 20 Foot
Motor/Power: Yamaha F80 HP Outboard Engine
Max Capacity: 9
Features include Canvas Playpen Cover, Stern Ladder, bucket style Captain's Chair, Helm Station with Windscreen, stereo/Bluetooth/App/AUX ready with (4) Speakers, Stern Table with built-in cup holders.

Verander Pontoon
Price: 420
Length: 20 Foot
Motor/Power: Yamaha 200 VMAX
Max capacity: 12
Our Pontoon 20' is great for picnics and family outings on Lake Whitney. Holding up to 12 passengers - with padded seats and bimini top - pontoon boats are perfect for leisurely tours of Lake Whitney for your mid-sized group. Our luxurious 20'' pontoon boat is also equipped with a stereo system.

Monterey 2003 1901: Speed Boat
Price: $380
Length: 20 Foot
Motor/Power: Volvo Inboard
Max Capacity: 9
Monterey Boats Outboard series offers optimal handling and performance. With engaging lines and luxurious styling both above and below deck, you'll find no matter where you're on the water adventures take you; you'll look better doing it on your Monterey.

Hurricane: Deck Boat (RB 6)
Price: $380
Length: 23 Foot
Motor/Power: Yamaha F150
Max Capacity: 12
Whether you're tubing, wakeboarding, skiing or just cruising, our Hurricane deck boat is the right model for your active family. The deep-V hull design ensures stability and a smooth, dry ride. A full-width swim deck for easy boarding, and all the room and amenities you need to enjoy an action-packed day at Lake Whitney.

Hurricane: Deck Boat
Price: $340
Length: 20 Foot
Motor/Power: Johnson 200
Max Capacity: 9
What makes the Hurricane Sundeck the ultimate deck boat is the overall package. For water sports, fishing and entertaining, every square inch is designed with well-thought-out storage, comfortable seating arrangements and functional features. This boat is powered by a 150 hp Mercury outboard engine and is perfect for wakeboarding, tubing or water-skiing for your group up to 9 passengers.

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Lake Whitney Weather Forecast



Hi: 68

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 50


Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 69

Monday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 58


Rain Showers Likely

Hi: 62

Tuesday Night

Rain Showers Likely

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Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 58

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Lo: 41

Lake Whitney Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 2/5: 526.23 (-6.77)

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 1)

GREAT. Water lightly stained; 54 degrees; 6.81 feet below pool. Whitney fishing for striped bass continues to be good to excellent on jigs and live shad fished from Cedron Creek to the river near Plowman Creek. Look for the birds. Largemouth bass are good near the bluffs and in the river near deeper holes with structure. Sand bass catches are being reported in the river near Kimball Bend to Hamm’s creek. Report by Michael Acosta, Unfair Advantage Charters. Striped bass are excellent in 15-20 feet of water on slabs and swimbaits jigged over the schools. Fish are really bunched up right now when you find a school of fish there are a ton of them. Report by James Moore, North Texas Bass Fishing and Cmoore Striper Guide. Striped bass are holding to the same pattern and can be caught deadsticking flukes or slow trolling swim baits and umbrella-rigs along the edges of the river channel and near flats. Fish are scattered so look for flocks of diving birds, fishing from the state park on the south end up towards the McCown flats and all the way to the north end past Steele Creek. Report provided by Kraig Sexton, Sexton's Guide Service LLC, Fishing Charter, Marine Electronics & Whitney. Crappie are roaming in the creek channel suspending close to drop-offs or main lake points using crappie jigs paired with a 1/16 ounce eye hole jig. Report by Robert Stover, Workingman Crappie Guide.

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