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    Help goose island

    i am planning on being down that way monday for a few days. any reports would be helpful. thanks!

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    Call Rick im sure he has some insight.
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    Take a 10 gauge with you ,and you will get them!
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    superspook are you wading or yaking
    Last edited by reeltime; March 5th, 2010 at 10:03 PM.
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    wading

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    there are some spots that you can hit just walk right of the pier. there are some deep guts as well so feel your way along on a moving tide those guts can produce. In st. charles there are some wade in spots to when you are at the four way stop at park entrance go straight instead of turning into park entrance and follow that around until it makes a sharp left then follow that around until you make another sharp left . Along that road is several spots that i have waded in the past past the boat ramp is were you want to fish. If you walk off goose Island pier towards copano bridge is a good spot for reds.Take airport rd out to the little park and you can wade out from there alot of yakers put out there.Airport road is off of 35 like across from the HEB lodge south of copano bridge.
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    thanks 4 the info! might not make it due to the weather.

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    Be sure to stop by the Oak Tree at Goose Island State Park. It is spota be the biggest oak tree in Texas and estimated at 1000 years old. Just a FYI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robalo View Post
    Be sure to stop by the Oak Tree at Goose Island State Park. It is spota be the biggest oak tree in Texas and estimated at 1000 years old. Just a FYI.
    aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaseveral years back some yahooes tired to kill that tree.


    SS if you get a boat i can tell you about more spots depending what time of year.
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    That was a nice helpful report reeltime. Way to go.

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