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    Fishing1 Fishing the causeway in Galveston

    Hey fellas Im planing on going to go try the waters for the first time at the causeway, Galveston
    Any tips or comments ,(maybe things i should be on the lookout for) i would apreciate it, If not
    i will let ya know how it goes on wed......

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    Default Re: Fishing the causeway in Galveston

    Watch for concrete and rebar sticking up once you get close to the bridge pylons there's lots of debris from The old blown up causeway down there! But a great night fishing spot
    MANVEL MOB

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    X2!
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    Thanks guys, thats what i was looking for, thanks for the heads up....i will let ya know how i do out there

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    Don't motor under the trestles of the RR Bridge-much concrete slabs sticking up just below water and also X3 on watching out for debris from demolition of old bridge.

    Use live shrimp/mullet with only split shot to get the bait down and feel the tell-tale "bump", then set and reel.
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    Save you gas. Highly overrated. Just as many fish right out yuur back door unless you just want to come to Galvez and help out our economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.Maier View Post
    Save you gas. Highly overrated. Just as many fish right out yuur back door unless you just want to come to Galvez and help out our economy.
    Let the man come over and enjoy a trip-maybe he'll catch some fine fish and have a great time-regardless of the economy (which BTW, is sucking big time thanks to BHO's assinine policies, but what do ya expect from someone that never had a private sector job in his worthless GD life).
    "Hey Hillary, regarding the Benghazi Attack on 9/11-we'll just blame it on that movie, not my total lack of security. By the way, what's so significant about 9/11 anyway-was that a date my buddy Bill Ayers of the Weather Underground blew up a government building?" asked Obama to Hillary.

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    X2...... lots of good fishing around the causeway. Just use caution motoring around in that area. Fee lining Shrimp works really well on moving tides. Live Shrimp under popping corks worked next to the rocks and structure is effective. Soft plastics can also be used but be prepared to lose some lead heads. Fish hold around this area all year long.

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    I'm not sorry for my opinion, Maniac ray ray. Good luck at the causeway.

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    Default First trip to the causeway...

    awsome catch.bmpawsome catch.bmpWell friends, i woke up a little late this morning, but i still made it to the causeway, this morning.
    And it was worth the trip....i decided to start at the causeway today, but i plan on working my way around west-galveston bay,
    and i want to get to know the area better n better. with that being said, i appreciate the response to my last post, Its a new area
    for me and after getting a new prop on my motor...i would hate to put some dinks!! on it from oyster reefs etc...so thanks for some
    of the tips,-( i will be asking for more heads up from some of you, who are more familiar with the area)) But enough talk... heres my First trip to the causeway!!!! watcha think????? its just one pic,

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