Neumie wrote:Yes, you can launch your kayak from Island Moorings Marina for free. You use the boat ramp, however, you can not back down the ramp to the water's edge to unload your kayak; so you'll have to carry or cart it down the ramp.
I've done well with topwaters around the flats behind the houses early on topwater in the fall and early spring.
smtxom wrote:Thanks, Neumie. We'll be camping at IB Magee so we're trying to avoid straying too far from camp. I still remember all those posts about Wilson's Cut break ins so we won't be going there either.
Neumie wrote:smtxom wrote:Thanks, Neumie. We'll be camping at IB Magee so we're trying to avoid straying too far from camp. I still remember all those posts about Wilson's Cut break ins so we won't be going there either.
How long were those posts about break ins? I haven't read about a break in at the kayak launch in about a decade.
ben_beyer wrote:I went to my first CCA meeting last night and someone showed me a picture with a gate in front of the entrance to the Wilson Cut 2 launch point (the one kayakers use).
The first time I went to Wilson's cut was because I wanted to launch at the marina in Port Aransas but they wanted $25 to use the ramp.
Did I miss something or are there other places to fish down there?
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