Advisory #1, Toledo Bend Reservoir – Operations

http://www.srala-toledo.com/Default.aspx

We fish here at least twice a year, but it looks like it may be a while before we can get kayaks or canoes into the river.

ADVISORY #1

DATE: Wednesday, 12-19-18

Toledo Bend Reservoir – Operations

Persons having interests in the Sabine River Basin below the reservoir are hereby advised that on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at 0730 hours, the reservoir elevation was 172.34 ft. MSL.  Currently, both generators are operating 24 hours per day.

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Chandeleur Islands – May 12-15, 2019

When:        May 12-15, 2019
Where:       Chandeleur Islands;  2.5d fishing trip with DMJ Charters.  Pass Christian, Mississippi
Start Time:  Boarding boat no earlier than 5 pm Sun, May 12
End Time:    Return to Shore, Wed May 15 appx 3pm
Trip Leader (see below for contacts):  Scott Fussom and/or John Eldred

Trip Description: This is a 2.5 day trip to the Chandeleur Islands with DMJ Charters.  Minimum 10/maximum 12 people.  The trip is:  Spend Sun night (May 12) on the “mother ship.  Depart for Chandeleur Islands and fish on Mon, Tues, then Wed till 10am.  Return to shore by 3pm Wed, May 15.   Expected all-in cost range $750-900. (charter, gas, tip, etc)

The trip is currently maxed out at twelve (12) paid participants..  If you want to be on a wait list, contact John Eldred.

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East Matagorda Bay – 3 Mile Lake area (March 23, 2019)

Event: East Matagorda Bay – 3 Mile Lake area

Trip Description: Kayak fishing for redfish, speckled trout, and sheephead. If you do not have a kayak, wading in the lakes can be very productive at times. 4X4’s are usually a must for beach driving and crossing into the cut. Once you get off the beach past the dunes, driving is usually okay. A permit is required for beach driving and you can get one at Stanley’s for about 10 or 12 bucks.

When:  March 23, 2019

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Garcitas Creek, CANCELLED, WATER TOO HIGH

Event: Garcitas Creek,  CANCELLED…WATER IS TOO HIGH

Trip Description: Garcitas Creek is a stream located less than 8 miles from Port Lavaca, in Victoria County.   Alternate names for this stream include Rio de los Frances, Garcitas River and Garcetas River.   A variety of species inhabit this water, to include those typically  thought of as saltwater.  Photo proof of the number of species, length etc.  This will allow bragging rights later.

When:  CANCELLED (Water conditions and weather)

 

 

 

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