June 10-12 Fence Lake/B&R Flats Two great opportunities to fish in the salt. A Skimmer Trip to Fence Lake, followed by paddling in the Lighthouse Lake/B&R area. See below post for details...A great trip
Taylor Guest, TFF's Saltwater Outings Chairman, will lead a trip on Sat, April 30th to Lost Lake and Lost River Marsh for boaters and kayakers. We will meet at the Hugo Point Boat Ramp around 6:00 AM. Taylor will be there a little earlier if anyone wants to get an early start. Hugo Point Boat Ramp - Hugo Point County Park, Hugo Park Rd, Baytown, TX 77523 Please respond to the Evite or email Taylor to let him know if you plan to attend: email@example.com
(CANCELLED) Saltwater. This is not a wading or fish from the bank trip. It is a kayak and/or boat event. Most of us will launch from the Stingaree Marina and fish within a 1 to 2 mile radius. Entry to Marshes – The nearby marsh should be filled with redfish and flounder and even large black drum for those who wish to go on a Texas sleigh ride! Straight out from the marina launch then left into the marsh 1/3 mile. The other marsh, on the same side is less than a mile away, and have proven to be worth the extra distance. Take a right (half circle) from the launch and stay to the right side on the intercoastal .5 to 1.5 miles, or cross the intercoastal directly across from the marina and going NNE 1 mile (Yates Cove) or another marsh entry .7 miles further.
Day trip with kayaks. Contact "Puck" for details.
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Texas fly fisherman catches potential world-record blue catfish
Fish were caught. Fun was had. 7 was a great size, everyone had 2 per room except 1 single. Group dynamics were very good. 10 – 15 winds most of the time Total of ~ 2 hrs of light rain during fishing hours. Rained hard the 2nd night for a few hours. No injuries with lots of smiles.
Fishing was extremely slow. There were pogies and mullet in the surf, but nothing was eating them. No birds were working all the way down to about mile marker 50
Texas Flyfishers are heading to the North Jetty at Port Aransas for a night of fishing. Boat departure is 4 pm on Saturday, 8/21 with a return to the dock on Sunday morning 8/22. We will be fishing on both the rock jetties and the beach front of San Jose Island. Lots of fish species to target with the most plentiful being: trout, reds, ladyfish and Spanish mackerel. We can also target the big stuff: tarpon, bull reds, jack crevalle, king mackerel, snook. We will take the jetty boat to and from xx to the North Jetty. The last jetty boat leaves the dock at 4 pm on Saturday and first return trip is 9 am on Sunday. Location of the jetty boat is Port Aransas Fisherman’s Warf – 900 Tarpon St, Port Aransas, TX 78373 (361-749-5448). Contact Trip leader: Scott Fossum See TFF Website for details.
Chandeleur Isl Trip, Sept 30 - Oct 3 (currently have five spots open..seven committed) This is a 2.5 day trip to the Chandeleur Islands with DMJ Charters. Minimum 10/maximum 12 people. Several of us made this trip in the past...great trip. The trip is: Spend Thurs night (Sept 30) on the "mother ship. Depart for Chandeleur Islands and fish on Fri and Sat, then Sun till 10am. Return to shore by 12-2pm Sun, Oct 3. Call Scott Fossum or Ron Mayfield or John Eldred (see post for details)