October 2, 2019
It may be fall, but it's still great lake weather at Lake Texoma! Stop in to Mo's Grill this weekend for a Patty Melt, and don't forget about our Fuel Dock Sale.

If you haven't scheduled your winterization yet, you still have time to take advantage of our winterization service specials.

Lastly, please remember that for both you and your neighbor's safety all cooking appliances must be electric. Under the Army Corps of Engineers rules, prohibited equipment/decorative devices include:

  • Any open flame device;
  • Hibachis; and,
  • Charcoal, wood, or gas-type portable cooking equipment
Weekend Specials
Entree: Patty melt (1/2 lb hamburger patty with grilled onions, Swiss cheese, and mayo), served on marbled rye bread with fries or hand-cut chips

Dessert: Carrot cake or Italian cream cake

Enjoy your weekend and call ahead for Mo's to Go for stress-free weekend meals!

Call by Wednesday Each Week
214-585-2223 or 903-786-7659
Fuel Dock Sale
For a limited time, you can get 50% off all t-shirts, hats, apparel, home decor and swimsuits at the Fuel Dock!

Stop in this weekend before this sale ends!
5 Little Secrets to Boat Winterization
The Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) shares some quick tips to ensure safe storage until next season.

  1. California, Florida and Texas have the most engine winterizing claims. Unless you’re in an area that never freezes (like Key West or Hawaii) you probably need to winterize.
  2. Water expands almost 10% by volume. That expansion means that any water left in your engine, potable water system, or refrigeration system can do some major damage over the winter. The key is making sure all water gets drained out or replaced by antifreeze.
  3. Batteries are happier at home. Remove your batteries, bring them to the garage or basement and use a trickle charger to keep them topped off to protect them and extend their life.
  4. It’s easier to prevent mold than to stop it. Without some air circulation, your boat’s interior can build up condensation, which can lead to a moldy mess next spring. Solar-powered vents and boat covers that lets air circulate can help keep mold at bay.
  5. If enough water enters your fuel tank, gas with ethanol can phase separate over the long winter storage period. For boats with portable gas tanks, try to use up fuel now. If your boat has a built-in gas tank, fill the tank almost to the top, leaving a little room for expansion. This will minimize condensation on tank walls, stopping phase separation in its tracks. Never plug a fuel tank vent.

Get all 13 BoatUS tips here.
Don't mess around with boat winterization!
Schedule your service now.
Contact Doug
Stockings for Seniors
We're collecting donations at the Highport Administration office for Stockings for Seniors.

Stockings for Seniors delivers stockings full of travel-size necessities, snacks, and goodies to local nursing home residents on Christmas Eve.

To donate, call Debbie Rome at 903-462-0726, or email her at drome@highport.com.

To volunteer: Contact Kristi Beeler at 903-870-8551 or beelerina@hotmail.com 
Featured Slip: L-9
This spectacular docko has one of the best, fully-equipped outdoor kitchens on Lake Texoma! Grab it before it goes!

  • 50′ x 18′ Slip with a lot of decking
  • Full kitchen with electric grill, all upgraded appliances, including 2 warming drawers and trash compactor
  • Float-in living quarters with 2 queen beds and 3 single beds, AC, and armoire
  • Bathroom with high-end vanity
  • Reclaimed tile roof from Italy
  • Upgraded electrical on dock 11/2017
  • Added outlet for boat lift and 220 outlet
  • Flood lights
  • All furniture included
Call Di Jourden:
903-462-0721 | 903-814-2107
Now Available Through Highport Service Department - OceanGrip Flooring
Offered through the Highport service department, Pro Fiberglass Works provides flooring installation with OceanGrip Marine Products.

Schedule an appointment: 903-462-0727
Highport Marina | 120 Texoma Harbor Drive Pottsboro, TX 75076
903-786-7000 | highport.com