SWFinatic wrote:Kalait usually by the end of February the tide levels are back up close to "normal".
Ben I hear ya about camping on 361. I've camped on the side of the road before and the vehicle road noise for me made it hard to get a wink. With covid last summer I was getting up at 2 am, making the 3.5 hour drive, fishing till early afternoon and driving back. If you're looking to stay for cheap you might consider staying in Refugio (about 60 bucks) and getting up and driving 30 minutes to Aransas. Hard to find a place in Aransas under 100 that's not infested with roaches. Or you could drive on over to Port A and sleep on the beach (you'd need a beach pass).
Fin & Feather Bait shop on 361 does have showers available for a few bucks.
I'll look at places in Refugio. I go through there several times a year for work as I have a sorghum R&D trial site between Gregory and Aransas Pass.
I'm also looking at doing the same with Galveston Island State Park. I won't camp in the summer months and in the winter, I'm probably just as well off leaving the house around 7 to get to East Matagorda (3 hours).
I got up at 2:30AM once to go out with someone I met that has a flats boat in Matagorda but I worry about falling asleep behind the wheel.