I'm an avid kayak angler, and there are a lot of us in the area. The sport of kayak fishing alone is growing like crazy, and it's just a portion of the kayaking population. There are almost 1000 members in the DFW Kayak Fishing Facebook group. While we do go in to the bigger deeper waters (we're a different breed of kayaker), thinner water is where it's at for the most part. It's just inaccessible to so many people. I'll paddle two miles to where the fish are biting, but a lot of people can't or won't. Launch points dotted all over the shoreline would be incredible for kayak anglers, and would make Rowlett a destination for them. Most kayak anglers don't put Ray Hubbard at the top of their list today. I know people who live near Ray Hubbard, but go to Lavon or Tawakoni instead.