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#10978034 - 07/15/15 08:11 AM Port A - Can I bring a crab trap?
Aggie Angler 99 Offline

Registered: 04/24/06
Posts: 58
Loc: Willow Park, TX
I'm taking the family to Port A in a few weeks. I'm thinking about setting out a crab trap for a few days. Are there places to do this? This trip is a FAMILY trip and suspect we'll only be fishing as much as the kids can handle. I'll be untangling lines and fighting hard heads the whole time. It'll be perfect family fun!

#10978971 - 07/15/15 03:39 PM Re: Port A - Can I bring a crab trap? [Re: Aggie Angler 99]
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Registered: 09/26/05
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Loc: Lewisville
There's a pay pier that we've gone to a couple times & set crab nets. Went on to Google maps & the name coming up is "Red Dot Pier". The prices struck me as reasonable, and it was nice enough as fishing piers go, especially since we were mostly crabbing rather than fishing.
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You should get a ticket just for punctuation. What adult types like that?

#10979226 - 07/15/15 05:28 PM Re: Port A - Can I bring a crab trap? [Re: Aggie Angler 99]
MBradford Offline
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Registered: 06/01/02
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Loc: N. Arlington
Try the piers at Charlie's Pasture, Roberts Point Park, and at the end of Station St. They are all lighted and free. However, they can get crowded at times.


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