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    Texas fishing

    I've never been to texas other than changing flights in houston. Well it looks like i'll be spending about the next 6 months off/on in beaumont texas not sure exactly where, but was wondering how the fishing is around that area. my trip begins mid feb. and any info you guys/gals can offer would sure help. thanks in advance....

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    Only stopped there too fuel up. Heard Good Thing's about Sabine Pass
    Hell make the drive down too the Galveston area. Big Uglies bout too
    start running till the Full Moon in April, believe it's the Surfside Jetty's..

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    good luck and stay safe. Maybe the pups will be back by the time you get back.




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    Also go check out the TPWD and search the Gulf Coast for the report's

    Like Al said be safe out there in East Texas

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    howdy bud--give ole blue a howdy,when your ready to go. later

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    SW Louisiana/SE Texas is redfish central and a few specks too.

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    If you can avoid staying in Beaumont, do so. That place has turned into a real hellhole. Take with you only what you don't mind losing or is easily replaced. Crackheads will steal you blind there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plotalot View Post
    If you can avoid staying in Beaumont, do so. That place has turned into a real hellhole. Take with you only what you don't mind losing or is easily replaced. Crackheads will steal you blind there.
    we are staying outside of beaumont,but all our work is there.. thanks for the info and we'll be safe. Al dont catch all the fish while im gone... lol i'll be in touch blue boy when i get there.

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    Check with the guys at SURF-MASTERS.COM
    They are a Texas saltwater board.
    High Island is close to Beaumont and is one of best fishing locations on the Texas coast, lots of reds and big uglies!

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    Ever make it down?

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