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Guys, I'm needing some locale info so that I CAN post a report....

My daughter's flying down late Oct. (20-26th). I'd like to take her and the two boys overnight on the beachfront just South of Bob Hall Pier and do some long rodding for a couple days or three. Any words of wisdom and/or suggestions would be very welcome. Might even bring my two surfboards.

Not real familar with the area. Only went once (see avitar) and when I did go there was 2-3 feet of seaweed lining the beach (year ago last April).

Any safety concerns, etc. for doing a couple nights down there? Can we do a campfire on the beach.

Thanks.

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South of Bob hall is now open, the water is perfect and the weed is gone.
Not too much beach damage there,the fishing is supposed to be good last i heard.
By that time in Oct you should be getting some decent red action.

Pm me if you need some more info
 

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I have heard that people are catching 24-26 inch reds in the surf along big shell/little shell. Check out texas parks and wildlife website for info on the national seashore south of Bob Hall Pier. I have seen many travel trailers there, but make sure you have a 4x4 if you are driving down there.
 

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If you go south of bob hall stay north of the Kleburg county line.. Other than that fishing is great.. Campfires are indeed allowed..
 

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2coolers, thanks for the data. Turns out my daughter's flyin' back to Nashville on a Sunday; gonna take her and the boys to Bryan Beach / MOB, but DYING to spend some time on PINS.


Shoot, the jury's still out. I hear Corpus callin.' HonkyFin, I may be giving you a pm. Thanks for the offer.

LR
 
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