HuskyMD, You really don't have to start at PINS. I will start at the entrance of Bob Hall Pier. I hit the beach from there and drive South. You have about 6-7 mile before you get to the "Sticks" where you have to turn off and head into PINS.I'm going to be in Houston this weekend. Can you guys give me the basics re: PINS. From what I've found so far, you have to have 4X4 to get to the good fishing which is at Yarborough Pass (Drum, trout, flounder), Big Shell Beach (Shark), and Mansfield Channel (all kinds of fish). Surf fishing is on the gulf side.
What else should a newbiew know??
iv been wanting to try it but with a 3oz egg and a live bunker out in the 2nd or 3rd gut. do u just leave it on freespool and let it go with the current to where the fish are?a 1/4-1/2oz sliding egg slinker to fish Mullet in the first gut
I'm holding this rod.good, thats the only way to get familiar with the area............hey TBH how well does that roller rig work? iv been wanting to try it but with a 3oz egg and a live bunker out in the 2nd or 3rd gut. do u just leave it on freespool and let it go with the current to where the fish are?
Ouch! Maybe I should tell them you are from NY? You know what Texans think about Yankees don't you? Just kidding.Hey Catfish and TB,
I'll be down at Ft Sam on 1 Nov and should be there til about x-mas. I would love to hook up with one of you and hit PINS. I plan on bringing most of my surf gear. Maybe the weekend of 10 Nov, I should have Monday off from school.
PS : becareful of Husky as he has a skunk in his pocket