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Outing Information Only / Re: Guadalupe River - November
« Last post by Puck on July 10, 2014, 09:57:36 AM »
Unlocked.

Let the planning begin.

Puck
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Hey Goldy heres a couple more of the SOLO....
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If you don't know where the Rabe House is:  http://www.tripadvisor.com/VacationRentalReview-g56483-d2666587-Rabe_House_Up-Port_O_Connor_Texas.html

The Pequod House is: http://www.cottagecomp.com/pocrental/

I made one minor update to the boat assignments. Gary is with Martin & Matt is with Les.

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LOOKY - LOOKY WHAT I JUST FOUND

OK the laughter level just went up a bar or two...    :o
Guess who just signed up for the "One Fly"            ::)
JOHN "HEY MAN" CARPENTER                               :o
RAY "IF AIN'T DEAD YET - SHOOT IT AGAIN" RUSS ;D

Wonder if John is bringing his new SOLOSKIFF...Bet he is.
YEEHAW

Thanks Guys for responding so quick it helps in the planning. Make sure Quigley has all your info.

<*)))>{  <*)))>{  <*)))>{ GOLDEN }<(((*>  }<(((*>  }<(((*>

Here ya go Goldy click the link......http://vimeo.com/100336853

Close quarters redfish ........http://vimeo.com/100337074
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General Discussion / Re: Texas Parklands Passport for Veterans
« Last post by Puck on July 08, 2014, 02:30:21 PM »
I picked mine up last Sunday.

Ready to head to GISP in the near future.

Puck
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Outing Information Only / Re: San Marcos River - August 9th
« Last post by Ralph45 on July 06, 2014, 12:41:12 PM »
Mike,

I don't know if you have Kevin Hutchison's book, but there two different trips in that area.  I have done both and prefer the upper one.  It starts at mile 5.5 at San Marcos River Retreat and goes down to mile 10 at Shady Grove Campground.  The second trip starts at Shady Grove and takes out at the stilt house at mile 15.5.  The upper float is shorter but generally takes longer.  It is more spring like and has a good population of Rio Grand Perch.  The lower section has a lot of flat water that requires a lot of paddling.  I would personally choose the upper float every time.

I also checked with the 7A Resort and the are completely booked that weekend.  They also require 3 nights minimum for a weekend stay.

Ralph
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Outing Chat / Re: June in the West Bay Marsh
« Last post by MikeF on July 05, 2014, 04:42:32 PM »
Great post, thanks for the update on an often overlooked resourse.
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Outing Chat / Re: June in the West Bay Marsh
« Last post by Dave Kelly on July 05, 2014, 02:23:54 PM »
 :D
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Outing Chat / June in the West Bay Marsh
« Last post by docarie on July 05, 2014, 10:39:28 AM »
I fished in various south shore marshes for 16 days of the 30 days in June. The 14 days I stayed home was due to unfavorably high wind, family logistical complications, health issues, and other assorted bummer, lame excuses.  Caught 17 slot size redfish during June.  Was skunked on 5 of the days.  On the best day of the month, June 21, caught 5 slot size reds.  The largest red caught during this month was a beautiful 28".  I don't keep any records on undersize reds caught, fish hooked and mysteriously coming unhooked, or fish hooked and then lost due to various amateurish mistakes.

All in all I would say that fishing in the south shore marshes in June 2014 was somewhat better than a comparable time period in June 2013.  There is some very interesting phenomena occuring in some of the south shore marshes.  Increasingly since the Ike storm there is more grass, vegetation, and clear water appearing.  Also the marsh reconstruction projects accomplished over the past 12 years in the areas around Starvation Cove, Pirates Beach, State Park, Jamaica Beach Jumbile Cove, and Sea Isle have created a fantastic redfish estuary. 

July has started off very good.  Have fished on 3 days and caught a total of 3 reds.

Hope to see you out there some day.

So much marsh, so little time.
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Outing Chat / Re: White Oak Bayou - Ready
« Last post by flyakker on July 04, 2014, 09:15:27 PM »
DANG! I got all excited, thinking that was THIS Sunday. Then, I saw June.  >:(
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