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Inshore Bank Fishing - Galveston? #12511415
11/21/17 03:55 PM
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Was hoping to make a Thanksgiving saltwater kayak trip, but the wife mandated I take either the 3 year old or 5 year old with me, so the kayak is out of the question.
I have some ideas like Broken Bridge and the Galveston Lagoon, but are there better recommendations?
I dont want honey holes, but would also love to see my 5 year old catch his first saltwater fish.
Thanks for any help.

Re: Inshore Bank Fishing - Galveston? [Re: KurtActual] #12511812
11/21/17 09:31 PM
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SWP is always an option.


-John
Re: Inshore Bank Fishing - Galveston? [Re: Perchy Perch] #12516302
11/26/17 03:12 AM
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Originally Posted By: MulGogiHunter
SWP is always an option.


Thanks bud. Tried SWP today, and there must have been 200 rods in the water soaking live bait.

Needless to say, we didnt catch anything but a good time.

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