Padre Isl National Seashore Sept 23-25, 2022 We will take four-wheel drive vehicles down Padre Island National Seashore and target blitzing schools of ladyfish, jacks, redfish, and tarpon. See full post for more details.
Sun, Aug 21: This is a day trip to Drum Bay and Swan Lake. This area is just a quick drive from Houston, and an even shorter drive from Galveston. Great for both boaters and kayaks, the habitat type in this area is condusive for reds, specks, and flounder. Come join us for a day on the water! See Post for more details.
2 open spots on the Chetumal Fishing Trip Sept 28-Oct 4, 2022 Details here: https://texasflyfishers.org/2022/03/30/chetumal-fishing-trip-sept-28-oct-4-2022-quintana-roo-mexico/ If you are interested, please contact Ron Mayfield at email@example.com for details. The cover photo is from their website: Fly Fishing Chetumal
September 09-10 Cavasso Creek
This is an overnight trip to Cavasso Creek and the greater St. Charles Bay area. We will stay in Fulton, Rockport, or Holiday Beach at an AirBnB. Anyone arriving early on Friday is welcome to check into the AirBnB and fish. No AirBnB picked out yet, but I'm going to try and get a spot with a dock and lights for some night fishing fun. Trip Lead: Taylor Guest. Further details on TFF post:
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
(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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