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Fishing Amistad? #12310708
06/25/17 06:45 PM
06/25/17 06:45 PM
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Liberty Hill, Tx
TxAgfisher Offline OP
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Joined: Mar 2010
Posts: 848
Liberty Hill, Tx
I haven't been south since the TBF state championship several years ago - looks like the whole boat check/certification thing is no more? And if I stay in US waters I don't need a Mexican fishing license?

Was looking at staying at the Lodge at Sanders Point - anyone have any experience with them?

Thanks


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Re: Fishing Amistad? [Re: TxAgfisher] #12310967
06/26/17 12:30 AM
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Stayed at Lodge at Sanders Point last April. The place is a little dated...large rooms, very clean, quiet and great owners. We had a fabulous time.

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