Nick S. and I took a trip down on Thursday bearing the brunt of the weather conditions. If you guys know Nick you know that his new baby son Luca and his job have been taking a lot of his personal time and so getting a chance to fish with him was my pleasure. We wanted to fish the same areas that the TFF Kayakers were going to this up and coming weekend. So here is your Christmas Bay/San Luis Pass Trip report complete with pictures. Aftewr dropping the boat a the ramp Nick and I proceeded to turn the boat around and take-off to our first flat. Too bad it was approximately fifty feet from the ramp. Stuck-ola (partial observance of "Cinco de Mayo) but soon underway again.
Here is a view of the impending weather we were about to face.
Looking back at our first stop of the day.
Once underway we headed to Christmas Bay and as you can see the Bay was very calm. Great view of the Beaver Tail B2's bow.
after our first release, check out the water clarity seen over the Beaver Tail's well thought out side console.
As we watch another swim off, check out the rod storage and ample gunnel room of the 2006 Beaver Tail Skiff.
After seeing one of these on the shoreline (actually down in Pringle Lake) I'll never walk the shores again. (Liar Liar)
Here is Nick enjoying a barefooted day on the water. Also note the Beaver Tail's use of Sea Deck foam flooring..ohh so good on bare feet!
As we were headed back home after a wonderful day on the bay and behind the Pass. The lil Evinrude 60 quietly did it's thing!
So all in all you guys should have one heck of a time frolicking around in your plastic p-rows (Texan Spelling) this weekend. Also Thanks to Big Mike for helping out...this pre-fishing report is for you Mr. Wormdrowner. I am sure you can appreciate all of our efforts. Special big thanks to Nick. Every day on the water with you my friend is a ................. well a day on the water! Now can we just go back to work....
....by the way the Photos are really for a guy interested in Buying a Beavertail who lurks here! THAT IS ALL