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Outing Chat / Re: 2015-10-03, Fishing Christmas Bay
« Last post by StrykerDM on October 02, 2015, 11:09:35 AM »
I'd love to go out and try and get my first redfish on fly in the new kayak.  I'll have to see if I can make this work...will update my post later today if I can make it for sure.
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Outing Chat / Re: 2015-10-03, Fishing Christmas Bay
« Last post by Wormdrowner on October 01, 2015, 01:45:52 PM »
Meet up around 6:30.  I'm leaving Richmond around 5:00
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Outing Chat / 2015-10-03, Fishing Christmas Bay
« Last post by Puck on October 01, 2015, 07:50:17 AM »
I want to go fishing. Anybody else want to drag the kayak down to Christmas Bay?

Ernie's II, 515 Amigo Ln, Freeport, TX 77541

Met-up about 0630 and launch, going east.  Sunrise is 0716, so this will put us in front of fish at sunrise.

GPS coordinates 29.048913, -95.165117

https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Houston,+TX/29.0488437,-95.165139/@29.3566802,-95.9926943,186864m/am=t/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m8!4m7!1m5!1m1!1s0x8640b8b4488d8501:0xca0d02def365053b!2m2!1d-95.3698028!2d29.7604267!1m0?hl=en

Invite others.  The weather is looking good!

Wind out of the NW at about 3mph.

VHF Radio channel 69.

Puck
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Outing Information Only / Re: TFF Outing: RedFish Rodeo Rockport
« Last post by Wormdrowner on September 30, 2015, 12:16:45 PM »
Getting better guys! We are up to 9 with more due to sign up.  We might just have us a tournament after all.  Keep the coming!
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Outing Information Only / Re: TFF Outing: RedFish Rodeo Rockport
« Last post by Wormdrowner on September 30, 2015, 09:41:14 AM »
Go to the captains meeting Friday and find the answers.
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Outing Information Only / Re: TFF Outing: RedFish Rodeo Rockport
« Last post by Bear on September 29, 2015, 11:21:32 PM »
What dose a person need to do to win the grand prize?  Catch a grand slam, larges red.
The grand  prize winning qualification needs to be identified.
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Outing Information Only / Re: TFF Outing: RedFish Rodeo Rockport
« Last post by Wormdrowner on September 29, 2015, 08:21:27 PM »
Hey y’all, I just received an awesome grand prize for the Redfish Rodeo, compliments of Fishing Tackle Unlimited and Marcos Enriquez, a 9′ 8 wt Sage Salt fly rod! That’s about an $800-$850 retail rod and one helluva stick. I ought to know. I have one.

You can’t win it if you don’t sign up and fish!!
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There were 8 anglers in 7 Kayaks and 1 Canoe There were over 200 fish caught We had great company, Good food, Perfect weather But if you want the details…..

Details here

Puck
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Outing Information Only / Re: 2015 PINS trip report, Red Tide
« Last post by Puck on September 24, 2015, 05:55:28 AM »
Red Tide: In depth report for September 23, 2015

Reported conditions for Red Tide (Karenia brevis), a known harmful algal bloom (HAB), for Texas through Thursday, September 24 confirms dead fish and respiratory irritation from the Port Aransas/Mustang Island to Padre Island National Seashore regions.

Water samples have confirmed background (less than 1 cell/ml) to high (> 1,000 cells/ml) concentrations of Red Tide along the coast of Texas from Galveston Bay to the Rio Grande... (TPWD; 9/17-9/23). Samples collected along Padre Island have documented an increase in cell concentrations ranging from moderate to high, with the greatest densities observed at the Padre Island National Seashore from Mile marker 0 to mile marker 19.

Winds forecasted today through Thursday have the potential to promote high levels of respiratory irritation in from Aransas Bay to the Rio Grande. Concentrations are patchy and discomfort to the eyes, nose, and throat will vary based upon local bloom concentrations, ocean currents, and wind speed and direction. Children, elderly, and individuals with asthma commonly experience elevated sensitivity and should avoid areas causing symptoms. Common symptoms include: coughing, sneezing, tearing, skin irritation, and difficulty breathing among others. Dogs are particularly sensitive to these conditions and may become sick or even require advance veterinary care if they ingest dead fish or lick any part of their body that comes into contact with beach sand or Gulf water.

If you plan on coming to the seashore please come prepared for the conditions. Bones and spines of dead fish can puncture feet and lead to serious infections. Driving conditions are also difficult; the number of fish on the beach makes this hazard hard to avoid and may leave you stranded with punctured vehicle tires.

Caution is advised for persons with respiratory problems, infants, and pets being on the beach at this time. If you start to cough, have a burning sensation in your throat or itchy eye it is recommended that you leave the beach area.
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Outing Information Only / Re: 2015 PINS trip report
« Last post by Puck on September 23, 2015, 10:12:24 AM »
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