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#11913905 - 11/02/16 07:02 PM Try my luck with saltwater this weekend?
X-spect Offline
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Registered: 07/16/15
Posts: 20
Loc: Spring, TX
Pretty bored with freshwater so I figured I'd try the Ol' bay out. I have been numerous times in other people's boats and have waded around on my own with ok success, but I never have launched my boat in the saltwater. I have a Skeeter Bay Pro 21 CC (Irony, I know). I would like a few suggestions on where I should launch, run, and fish; as I am semi-new to this type of water. I really just want to have a fun day on the water so... reds, specks, sand trout, or flounder is fine (even hard-heads Lol). Not looking to break any records here.. I want a safe, easy fishing plan. I do know the Yacht basin/Sea-wolf to the jetties area ok but like I said previously, I wasn't the one driving the boat. I have very good electronics, maps, and good gear. What do all you people suggest? I don't care, I will use shrimp or lures.

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#11916066 - 11/03/16 08:53 PM Re: Try my luck with saltwater this weekend? [Re: X-spect]
My Coast Outdoors Offline
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Registered: 07/06/16
Posts: 136
Loc: Texas
The Yacht basin is now closed to members only so you cant launch there. The causeway ramp is good and if you watch your electronics you should be ok. I would avoid west bay due to the numerous shallow shell reefs. You can fish the causeway area & RR bridge or head to SWP. There are a lot of flounder there now, but a lot of small ones, however we have had some good runs of keepers.
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