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#11749054 - 07/29/16 04:47 PM Seadrift and Port Occonor water depth
ccoker Offline

Registered: 07/25/16
Posts: 79
Loc: Austin
I am going in a few weeks to fish..
I have been before in my boat, 16ft aluminum and can run in about 2 ft of water.
Was able to run out of Charlies into Shoalwater and out into the bay going south and fishing the islands headed out towards South Pass Lake and Long Lake by being careful and we lifted motor and poled a bit or trolled in the real skinny waters (weren't there very long)

I was able to run toward the old Coast Guard station by following the channel going to it.

If I got out of the channel there, not good!

I would like to try to get out to some of the shallow lakes, backside of the island at the pass.

My fishing map stops just south of Port Oconner and I am researching with Google Earth at the moment.

Just curious how deep, is there a good channel going past the Coast Guard station?

We will be fishing one day with a guide and two days solo..


#11749464 - 07/29/16 09:14 PM Re: Seadrift and Port Occonor water depth [Re: ccoker]
Captain Nathan Beabout Offline

Registered: 01/10/16
Posts: 269
Loc: Seadrift, Tx

I offer navigational trips in that area, to show you how to navigate safely. As well as some spots to try. Let me know if your interested.
Captain Nathan Beabout
Cell-(210) 452-9680
N&M Sportsman's Adventures


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