Padre Island National Seashore 2018-Nov-09/10. Spotting jacks in the surf and casting to them. Stay in a hotel the night before. You take care of your own lodging.
Texas FlyFishers of Houston Event: 2018 PINS (Padre Island National Seashore)
Trip Description: We will take four-wheel drive vehicles down Padre Island National Seashore during the anchovy migration, and target blitzing schools of ladyfish, jacks, redfish, and tarpon. Continue reading
When: Saturday, June 9, 2018
Where: Fulton / Rockport, Texas – Kayak Fence Lake via the Skimmer
Load Out: Skimmer Dock, 215 North Fulton Beach Rd., Fulton, TX 78358
Start Time: Saturday – 5:00 am – Meet up at the Skimmer Dock, Fulton, TX
Return Time: Saturday – 4:00 pm – Return to Skimmer Dock
Description: Saturday morning, we will be ferried to St. Joe’s Island aboard the M/V Skimmer for a day of skinny water kayak & wade fishing in the Fence Lake area. The
Skimmer can carry 12 fishermen and their kayaks. About 3:00 pm, the Skimmer
will return to pick us up at the mouth of Fence Lake and take us back to the dock.
Important Note: Be sure and remove all items in and on your kayak prior to
load out on the Skimmer and carry them on separately. It will make it easier to
load and stack the kayaks on the mother ship.
Launch from Charlie’s Bait camp, 4194 Lane Rd, Seadrift, TX 77983
Boats and kayaks can easily fish the area.
Meet at the launch 30 minutes after sunrise to allow the vampires to go to bed. About 0715.
We still have no saltwater trip planned for May. May 2018 Saltwater outing
So far I have nothing ready, or even a leader to step forward.
This is an opportunity to share your knowledge and get friends on the water.
Bill Leary and Mike Green started from Stingaree Thursday morning at 10:00 AM.
As the house was Available to us early Thursday, the rest started showing up at Thursday afternoon at the Beach house “Playn Hooky” to set up sleeping arrangements and do some basic organizing. By Friday afternoon, all the beds were filled, as well as the couches and recliner.
The weather for the weekend won’t allow us to safely navigate East Matagorda Bay.
The next 3 weekends have Texas FlyFishers’ events scheduled, so a make-up date has not been considered as of today.
Need a leader, and a location.
Discussion is open.