If its the spot im thinking of, just drive on the beach towards the sunken barge. Fish as close to the barge as possible, but be careful there are some deep holes and a lot of rocks....U can even get up on the barge and just drop your line over the side. I sat there 2 years ago and watched 2 Asian guys catch about 30 doing thatstros00 said:So once off the ferry, take a left on the 2nd street? Any information on the area? (holes, mud, etc..)
If you could park on the side of the road who would pay to park in the parking lot? Always an angle to your wallet. I could almost bet that those signs are the only thing that didn't blow away.MEGABITE said:Did Ike blow down all those ridiculous no parking signs outside of Seawolf?
i f you park there leave nothing in your car they will rob it!johnmyjohn said:If you could park on the side of the road who would pay to park in the parking lot? Always an angle to your wallet. I could almost bet that those signs are the only thing that didn't blow away.
i think you meant wade to the LEFT at the bridge? To the right is horseshoe lake, which is a very very shallow lake except right in front of that bridge.moganman said:I think the name of the street is Frenchtown. Take that left and there's a little bridge right there. Wade to the right. Don't get too close to the bridge because I think there's a drop off. The bottom is mixed mud and shell so you do get hung sometimes. Across the ferry you'll find alot of places to fish for flounder. Just try to find some water that has bait and a good drop off that sets up ambushing opportunities for fish.