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#11549504 - 04/17/16 11:07 PM Trip to Port A.
SStohner Offline

Registered: 05/30/15
Posts: 114
Was trying to plan a trip for my dad's 60th. We have gone to Port A/ Rockport in the past.

We have previously gone down to the coast and hired a flounder gigging guide and had a friend take us red/trout/sheephead fishing. It has been a long time since we have been down there.

We have our own boat, a nautic star 244, we should be able to handle the bay, we are set up with lowrance gen 3 electronics as well.

Does anyone have a suggestion for a guide that more so teaches you how to fish, possibly goes on your own boat? Or suggestions on a guide in general.

#11553842 - 04/19/16 11:23 PM Re: Trip to Port A. [Re: SStohner]
FishWrangler2 Offline

Registered: 03/31/16
Posts: 95
Great flounder gigging guide in NightStalker Guide Service! partyon

As for advice, I would try to find some shell up north toward Mesquite Bay this time of year. I think with it being a little cooler this spring, you might have some better luck there since the mud holds the heat. That said, it could be a little spotty because of all the rain, which then fishing farther south toward Port A might be a better bet. Otherwise, farther toward Port A, I'd consider Shamrock, Super Flats, or around Mud Island. I think between those 3 spots, you probably will get on some fish at some point. Let us know how it goes!

#11562552 - 04/24/16 05:02 PM Re: Trip to Port A. [Re: SStohner]
SStohner Offline

Registered: 05/30/15
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Thanks for the advice!


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