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By bigred90gt
#2255302
So, I’m staying in Portland and working in Ingleside for a bit. I should have Sunday off and am looking for a place to set a hook. The unfortunate part is I don’t have my kayak with me, so I will need somewhere I can fish from a bank.

I have been to Indian Point Pier a few times and no one has caught anything from there (including me) while I was out. I also fished from the bank over by the boat ramp on the opposite side of 181 from there, and didn’t get any bites (though I did sink knee deep in the mud).

If anyone has any good suggestions, I’m all ears. I’m not scared to drive a ways, but would prefer to limit that to less than an hour. Thanks in advance for any info.


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By Neumie
#2255303
CC beach near the USS Lexington is a good winter spot. The steel hull warms the water up around it.

Oso Bay where it empties into CC Bay. I'd wade the Oso side, there's lots of good channels and guts.
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Maybe Nueces bay off north of the bridge (from the east side of the bridge) or another might be Port Bay.. use google earth in those areas and look at access routes. Yaklash put a post up one time about using Google earth or also satellite view in the street view mode and actually digitally take roads from the highway and be able to see if there are gates or signs etc etc.

Hope that get's you into some water.

t
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By texnomad
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Actually you could head into Aransas Pass and turn right on 361 and fish either side of the highway. I go down to Light House Lakes often and fish the channel in front of the park and the channel on the opposite side from the park. It never has been the best fishing but usually leads to some fun.
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By Neumie
#2255357
TroutSupport.com wrote:Maybe Nueces bay off north of the bridge (from the east side of the bridge) or another might be Port Bay.. use google earth in those areas and look at access routes. Yaklash put a post up one time about using Google earth or also satellite view in the street view mode and actually digitally take roads from the highway and be able to see if there are gates or signs etc etc.

Hope that get's you into some water.

t

Port Bay is a good winter spot and is accessed from Port Bay Rd. The bottom's not too soft. There are some old railroad trusses heading towards Swan Lake with a gut running down the middle, popular spot to wade out to.
By bigred90gt
#2255365
texnomad wrote:Actually you could head into Aransas Pass and turn right on 361 and fish either side of the highway. I go down to Light House Lakes often and fish the channel in front of the park and the channel on the opposite side from the park. It never has been the best fishing but usually leads to some fun.

I may give this a go.


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