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Seadrift Father’s Day

Planning on going out with the old man this weekend to celebrate Father’s day. I know he was hoping the surf would be flat, but alas, I think it’s going too rough. I typically fish Rockport or Port O, so I guess being in Seadrift you’re splitting the difference but still pretty unfamiliar waters. Should we focus more on Espiruto Santo or San Antonio Bay? Are the fish relating more to sand/grass or shell at this point? I’m not looking for GPS coordinates, though I would take them, but I’d just like to have an idea of what parts of the bay the fish are in and are biting.

On separate note, do people fish Sunday Beach like they used to fish Cedar Bayou? Haven’t fished it, but it looks a lot like the old fish pass and seems like you could do alright there even with some higher winds on a good tide.
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