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#11242234 - 11/24/15 01:22 PM Has anyone fished Laguna Harbor, Bolivar Peninsula?
Scanlansam Offline
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Registered: 03/05/13
Posts: 66
Loc: Missouri City Texas
I dont want to put a map since my friend told me of it and I dont know if it's kind of a secret, but has anyone fished there? If so where and how should I fish it?
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#11244116 - 11/25/15 11:07 AM Re: Has anyone fished Laguna Harbor, Bolivar Peninsula? [Re: Scanlansam]
Buggywhip Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 10/20/15
Posts: 2
Loc: Houston
Laguna Harbor is a man-made canal system between houses. The average depth is +/- seven feet. Best fishing is at the mouth flowing out into the ditch (ICW) at on outgoing tide. The big area in the far right corner is OK. Once you get into the harbor proper you must be very quite and you won't catch over a couple or three fishthen you must let the area quite down for a while. You might still get some season flounder at the mouth on the next norther.
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#11256479 - 12/01/15 01:56 PM Re: Has anyone fished Laguna Harbor, Bolivar Peninsula? [Re: Scanlansam]
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Registered: 03/27/05
Posts: 1392
Loc: Kaufman
First time I fished Laguna Harbor (pre-Ike) we absolutely tore the flounder up. We were just killing time waiting on a shrimp boat to come in and decided to try it out. The flounder were laying right against the concrete walls, and it seemed there was one about every 20-30' or so. I've been back down there twice since then (post-Ike) and haven't gotten a bite. I'll still give it a shot every time I'm there just in case the flounder are in there thick, but it doesn't hold the same appeal for me as it did after our first trip in there.
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