Just spoke with Quigs. He is correct the smoke will be present this weekend. The thought here is maybe you guys know of a different more protected area to fish in the Galveston area. I suggested Armond Bayou and he came up with Bolivar cut behind the peninsula. Armond might get blown out and be dry after the smoke starts it thing. What do you think...got any ideas. Front comes in on Friday night and doesn't clear until sunday evening. Monday will be fantastic!
The good thing about Christmas Bay is that it affords a protected shoreline all the way down the bay on the eastside. The marsh area to the north is ok in the wind too. But when it goes over 25mph there is nothing like a good book and a cold beer in the easy chair back home!
A friend's buddy bought Jose's old off-Shore center console (The Spanish Fly) and fishes it out of Rockport! What do you bet the value of that boat just went up. Jose's Show and personality was always 1st Class.
NICE SEEING YOU HERE DAVE. I'VE BEEN SPEAKING SPANGLISH SINCE I WAS SIXTEEN AND BUILDING ROOFS USING THAT LANGUAGE ALMOST AS LONG. COMPRENDE! PLUS ZENA "THE PRINCESS WARRIOR' HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PHOBIA OF MINE SINCE THAT SAME TIME . . ALSO IF OUR "DOMAIN" NAME IS FROM ARGENTINA THEY MIGHT WANT IT BACK.
LAST YEAR WE HAD QUITE A FEW. JOHN P., JOHN AND SHELBY C., SCOTT B., ALEX B., PLUS THE SAILING YAK FLEET. TOO BAD WE LOST OUR ABILITY TO RECOVER OUR SIGN-IN SHEET FROM LAST YEAR. BUT YOU ARE RIGHT MIKE THERE ARE A BUNCH OF GUYS THAT HAVE YAKS IN THE CLUB.
HEY ALAN HAVE A BLAST OF A PARTY! REMEMBER WHEN YOU NEED THAT DOWN PAYMENT FOR YOUR FUTURE WIFE'S HOUSE COMPLETE WITH NURSERY, YOU CAN SELL THAT OLD WORN OUT SKIFF OF YOURS TO ME. I'LL GET IT RUNNING AGAIN.
OK! THANKS FOR LEADING THIS OUTING MIKE. SO ALL OF YOU GUYS WITH THE NEW KAYAKS JOIN-UP WITH THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE ACCOMPLISHED 'YAK'ERS SO THAT THERE IS AN EVEN SPREAD OF KNOWLEDGE. THAT MARSH ISLAND BY THE PARK IS AWESOME DURING A HARD INCOMING TIDE CONCENTRATE ON THE HARD SAND SHORELINES.
Check out the site above I gave you to monitor the flow of the White Oak. She went over 7000 cubic feet today. Usual runoff is around 40 cubic feet! Hopefully no fronts for the rest of the week and we should be OK for next Saturday.