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  Port Arthur and Beaumont
Posted by: JD - 08-30-2017, 03:54 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (1)

The misery continues, just farther east. Was glad for the sun and nice breezes here today. But the reports from Port Arthur indicate heavy flooding. Fortunately not the wind.

The evacuation of a nursing home there shows one private boat after another being pushed to the front door and a dozen guys lifting patients on wet mattresses into each boat and heading to an evacuation point. Same story, different place.

Bless those police, firemen and civilian volunteers, regular military, Coast Guard and National Guard all over.

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  Mont - Dickinson Bayou?
Posted by: JD - 08-27-2017, 08:47 AM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (8)

How's your dad making out? I see the Coast Guard chopper and police boats are working the bayou.

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  Get your rain suit ready, Mont!
Posted by: Joe/GA - 08-24-2017, 08:21 AM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (18)

Looks like Texas could get the kind of rain that only PK loves! :p


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  we made the list again
Posted by: Mont - 08-20-2017, 09:03 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (4)

I will be in Victoria, TX at the Texas Mile in October in my Ford. So many people wanted in, it crashed their servers today. I got a text with the secret hand shake and got entered. https://www.texasmile.net/index.php

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  Paging Stu Cawker
Posted by: Eddie - 08-06-2017, 11:01 AM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (6)

Stu--my old computer crashed last winter and I lost all of my e-mail addresses. If you see this message, please send me an e-mail (my e-mail address has not changed).

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Posted by: PK - 08-04-2017, 03:13 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (3)

you center console guys need this BBQ T-Top Big Grin

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  27 years retired today
Posted by: PK - 07-30-2017, 08:00 AM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (9)

27 years ago today --July 30,1990.. retired from 'the job' after 20 years ..I moved on-- and south-- and never looked back.. lots of things to do..places to see in my 'second life' as we travel and cruise as much as we can these days .. the pic--circa 1980-- the day I got promoted to Sergeant with my nephew Frank at my side Smile

also posted this on my FB site

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  Just an average trip
Posted by: Jack Hexter - 07-23-2017, 03:17 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (1)

Well this trip was nothing to write home about. Put the boat in the water on Thursday afternoon, ran out the Cotee to sink a couple pinfish traps and then tied the boat to a friends dock in Miller Bayou. Met Chet, Mike and Rick at Chet's dock at 6:30, loaded the boat and went to pick up the traps by 6:45. Had plenty of bait so we were off and running to the first stop, 38 miles in 63' of water. This is (was - another boat showed up and anchored about 200 yards down the ledge from me.) a private number, a 2' ledge, that I had not fished in a couple years. It used to produce all kinds of grouper. Marked a ton of fish, and started catching grunts and sea bass, not the expected grouper. I think we did pull one or two short reds up. Finally had enough of this spot and knew of another spot, 22 miles further out that has been producing for a friend. I started to head to that spot but noticed a waypoint on the chartplotter that was just off my course, and it was only 1.6 miles away. Diverted to that spot and marked loads of fish, the proverbial Christmas tree of snapper. Four rods dropped and three resulted in immediate hook ups, all legal red snapper. Decided to anchor and the bite turned slow. A couple hours, both anchored and drifting around the marker resulted in a limit of snapper, but no legal grouper. Rick did pull on a big nurse shark for about 15 minutes before he got it up top see and cut his leader. Sun and heat was unbearable and we pulled the plug and turned on the AC at noon. Back at the dock, boat back on the trailer and fish cleaned by 2:00.

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  Tiki Island Sunrise
Posted by: JD - 07-12-2017, 07:17 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (1)

Hopefully the fishing will get as good as the sunrises:

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Posted by: Bryan/BC - 07-08-2017, 11:28 PM - Forum: GreenGrouper - Replies (6)

Things have been pretty quite guys... Got Snakemans reports , but has anyone else been fishing down der?

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