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#11829416 - 09/14/16 08:17 PM PINs Malaquite Park
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Lt. Dan

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Loc: Central Texas
What should I expect fishing there? Tips and advice welcome for a new surf fisherman

I have rods ready, and figure on cast netting for some bait or catching some fish for cut bait. I believe lady fish are good bait, please correct me if in wrong

Thanks
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#11829933 - 09/15/16 08:26 AM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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Dead shrimp or fish bites to catch whiting, pompano, croakers and ladyfish. You can use either of those as cutbait or whole for bigger fish. Keep a rod handy with a lure(spoon)in case you happen to spot bait getting busted on the top or birds working. Heard the anchovies are starting to run and the predator fish are following.

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#11830031 - 09/15/16 09:19 AM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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thanks, appreciate the info thumb
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#11830160 - 09/15/16 10:24 AM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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I am not sure how far the Malaquite Park goes, but you can continue driving south on the paved road until you hit the beach. You can then drive on the beach until you find a good spot to set camp. I prefer the beach because I can set up next to my truck and don't have to haul stuff around.
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#11830434 - 09/15/16 12:43 PM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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Weather report is calling for tides to the dunes today.

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#11830506 - 09/15/16 01:24 PM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: malibu6501]
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Lt. Dan

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Originally Posted By: xmatador
I am not sure how far the Malaquite Park goes, but you can continue driving south on the paved road until you hit the beach. You can then drive on the beach until you find a good spot to set camp. I prefer the beach because I can set up next to my truck and don't have to haul stuff around.


that's my intent as well, thanks thumb




Originally Posted By: malibu6501
Weather report is calling for tides to the dunes today.


what does that mean?
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#11830721 - 09/15/16 03:36 PM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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They were calling for 2 foot higher than normal tides today, which means water on the beach to the dunes in places.

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#11831339 - 09/15/16 09:26 PM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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OH, thought so, but wanted to make sure. Thanks for the info, I got a lot to learn
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#11843975 - 09/22/16 06:30 PM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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it was quite flat on the falling tide last tuesday morning, just up from the park.
had a great morning, with big trout at dawn, folowed by pomps, chopper blues, & lots of big whiting to fill the boxes through noon, then went home
pomps & whiting on fishbites, trout on topwater, & all the skippies & jackfish you can handle on the rattletrap. water was super clear. kings, spanish & maybe tarpon busting bait past the 2nd bar.
great day.

more to come with the approaching cold fronts
good luck & post up!
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#11844323 - 09/22/16 10:05 PM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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Lt. Dan

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Great report, by up, which way would that be? Towards the exit, or the other way?

Unfortunately I wasn't able to get much fishing in last weekend. But the boys did a great job picking up litter and passing out trash bags to folks.

The birds were working hard for over an hour to the left of the park
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#11847920 - 09/25/16 10:31 AM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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Originally Posted By: TreeBass
Great report, by up, which way would that be? Towards the exit, or the other way?


we actually enter at the access rd about a mile n. of the park gate.
runs out to a place called "the sticks",(you'll know when you see it)
then run north up the beach about a 1/4 mile or so.
fun spot.
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#11849606 - 09/26/16 08:14 AM Re: PINs Malaquite Park [Re: TreeBass]
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thumb

thanks
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