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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 23, 2014, 05:43:06 PM »
PRISON PERMIT OUTING UPDATES HERE
Here is what we have so far:
Boat Captain                Rider                                 Staying At
A. Kulcak                        D. Puckett                               Kulcak's
B. Wallace               A Hammer                             Wallace's
D. Hanselman                  K. McDaniel                          Wallace's
                                        Colton (?)                            Wallace's
G. Sutherland            S. Breedlove                        Kulcak's     
J. Klinger                        R. Cowart                              Kulcak's
J. French                        M. Quigley                             Kulcak's
                                     J. Pool                                  Wallace's
W. Brazelle                     M. Graham                             Brazelle's
J. Purcell                        G. Sparks                               Kulcak's
S Donovan                      MK Donavan                           Has Lodging
                                     Guest                                    Has Lodging
T & K Reed                     T & K Reed                            Has Lodging

Kulcak Lodge is Full with 10 folks for Friday night!
Wallace Lodge has 6 staying over Friday Night.

This notice was updated as of February 27th at 4:30 pm.   As we get a little closer, we'll also try to assign lodging, if necessary. Besides Alan's place, Bill W. has been gracious enough to offer spot at his house as well. I will post an update late next week.  If you remember last year the fishing down at Bill's was excellent under the lights. 

Of course we are going to have Friday Night's Dinner at the same place as last year.  Mike Q. will make all the necessary arrangements. We'll need a head count soon.  Make sure you sign up.  The word is out on the street and the pot lickers are starting to line up outside!   :o

MK & S Donovan will be attending but they have made arrangements for their own lodging. They are planning on bringing a guest too.   ;D

As said above hurry and let us know if you will be in Friday night for dinner. Maybe around 7:00PM. Corner of Hwy 457 from Bay City and FM 2611/2004 from SH 288 Lake Jackson
Looks like we should make plans for at least fifteen at the table(s). We need to find out if we can bring our own cooler.  Remember last year they ran out of Shiner!  >:(




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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 23, 2014, 01:58:25 PM »
Puck,

I tentatively have you with Don H.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 23, 2014, 12:16:59 PM »
I have Scott B and me on your SS, Joe.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 23, 2014, 11:19:53 AM »
Hey y'all,

I'm pulling together the boat and room assignments. Please let me know ASAP if you have made boat plans with someone and if you'll need a place to sleep at Alan's or Bill's and how many nights.

If you haven't signed up, please do so. Boat & room slots are on a first come, first served basis.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Sabine Lake - January 25th, 2014
« on: January 23, 2014, 09:38:31 AM »
That sounds like a plan, Joe!

We will meet at Denny's at 7:15 - 7:30 and at the ramp at 9 AM.  Too doggone cold to be overly motivated!

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Tying Chat / Re: Katy Navy fly tying, subject "The Clouser Minnow"
« on: January 23, 2014, 05:41:54 AM »
Big time thanks to Puck for hosting and to John for the pizza!  It was a great way to spend a Tuesday evening.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Sabine Lake - January 25th, 2014
« on: January 23, 2014, 05:35:30 AM »
Just because we are meeting up at the ramp at 8, doesn't mean we can't drink coffee for an hour until it warms up! Like I said, Pavon, Puck & I will be at the Denny's at Garth Rd around 6:15 - 6:30 for breakfast. Anyone who wants to join us, come on.

So far we have seven brave souls signed up for this. Don H. is still having sciatic nerve issues and had to drop.  If you don't have a boat/boat ride, I strongly urge you to bring a kayak.  The bottom is very muddy and really tough to wade.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Guadalupe One Fly - January 18th, 2014
« on: January 23, 2014, 05:32:42 AM »
Great, great write up, George! You did an awesome job stepping in to help Matt make it happen. Thanks to you and to Matt for a great event!

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Outing Information Only / Re: Sabine Lake - January 25th, 2014
« on: January 20, 2014, 11:49:56 AM »
Let's plan on meeting up at the Denny's at Garth Rd & I-10 around 6:15 - 6:30 to grab a bite before heading out. If you don't want to meet there, just meet us at Sabine at 8 AM.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 17, 2014, 09:50:33 AM »
Big time thank you to Bill Wallace, Jack Klinger & Don Hanselman for signing up. These gentlemen have boat and are willing to help haul our carcasses around the bay. When I get back from the Guadalupe One-Fly this weekend, I will begin matching people to boats.

Bill also volunteered his place 5 minutes up the creek from Alan's to sleep some of the guys. He has six spots in twin beds. Big time tip of the hat to you, Bill!

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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 15, 2014, 04:36:07 PM »
Ooops. Guess I'd better sign up. Appreciate the help, Mike.

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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 13, 2014, 05:56:53 AM »
Got a text from Alan last night. March 1st is a definite go!  :)

While we're at it, we can celebrate Texas Independence Day March 2nd!

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Outing Information Only / Re: Prison Permit Invitational - March 1
« on: January 12, 2014, 11:17:51 AM »
I spoke with Alan this morning and he is verifying that March 1st will work.

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General Discussion / Re: Interesting article on Rollover Pass
« on: January 09, 2014, 03:02:14 PM »
I don't really know if closing it is a good idea or not. Yes, I know it is not a natural pass, but the run-off to the bay has changed quite a bit since the 1950s when it was built. I question the assertion that east bay is over-saline due to the pass. I have seen Trinity as fresh as Lake Livingston. Certainly, due to development, there is considerably more run-off than there was in years past.

All I really care about is what is best for Galveston Bay.

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General Discussion / Interesting article on Rollover Pass
« on: January 09, 2014, 11:49:01 AM »
http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/houston/article/Rollover-Pass-closure-report-criticized-5126130.php?cmpid=btfpm


"GALVESTON - An omission in a computer model led to faulty conclusions about the need to close Rollover Pass, a trench dug to bisect the Bolivar Peninsula more than 50 years ago that has become a fishing mecca, according to an attorney fighting the closure.

"This isn't something that happens by accident," said Jim Blackburn, attorney for Bolivar Peninsula residents fighting state efforts to close the pass.

Blackburn said a consultant for the Texas General Land Office left out data about freshwater inflow into the East Bay from a computer program used in a study to justify closing the pass. When the information is included, Blackburn said, it shows that closing Rollover Pass will result in so much freshwater that it could harm oyster beds.

Blackburn's accusation, if verified, would discredit a claim by the Land Office that closing Rollover Pass would end the harm caused by too much salt water flowing into East Bay.

The Land Office also contends that closing the pass would slow erosion of the peninsula shore line and would end expensive dredging by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers of sand washed through the pass into the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.

Land Office spokesman Jim Suydam said his agency hired Jacksonville, Fla.,-based Taylor Engineering Inc., but otherwise was not involved in the study criticized by Blackburn.

"I don't think they cheated," Suydam said. "The Land Office doesn't direct a contractor about how to do a study."

Taylor Engineering could not be reached for comment.

Suydam said that the closure of the pass has been studied for years and is supported by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

The closing is opposed by many of the residents of the Gilchrist Community that straddles Rollover Pass.

The Gulf Coast Rod, Reel and Gun Club, which owns the property the pass cuts through, and the Gilchrist Community Association hired Blackburn, who in April filed a federal lawsuit on their behalf aimed at halting the closure.

The Land Office in the meantime entered into an agreement with Galveston County Commissioners Court to condemn Rollover Pass so closure operations could begin. The Land Office has offered to build a fishing pier to replace the pass.

Blackburn hired engineer Lawrence Dunbar to review the study by the Land Office consultant that was used by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to do an environmental assessment. Dunbar's report says that the computer model used by Taylor Engineering was flawed. "This model is totally invalid and unreliable," Dunbar wrote.

Dunbar's report says that the Taylor Engineering model failed to account for freshwater flows from Oyster Bayou, which he says is the primary source of fresh water to the East Bay. The report also said the Taylor model did not consider the Needmore Diversion project now under construction, which will put more freshwater into East Bay.

"It is my opinion that the closing of Rollover Pass would have adverse impacts to the water quality in East Bay, specifically to the dramatic lowering of salinity levels in the bay," Dunbar wrote. He said current salinity levels in East Bay are in the ideal range for oyster production.

Dunbar's report said that the reason for digging Rollover Pass was to increase the salinity of East Bay and make it hospitable to oysters and other marine life."

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