Castaway Lodge Seadrift Report
By Capt. Kris Kelley
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Big winds kicked us out of the surf and back into the bays starting Saturday. Wade fishing proved most effective taking scattered Trout and Redfish for the effort. Boatbound anglers having lots of challenges at the moment so it looks like we're in for a transition heading into the meat of the month. We'll be looking for winds to back down again more typical of July with fish going deep over shell if water quality allows. If it stays windy, mud/grass will be the bailout working mud pockets and grass lines and that typically means we'll be seeing some really big Trout and solid Redfish in August.
Staying productive through the moon phase with lots of nice fish hitting the shorelines. Capt. Chris Cady and Capt. Jeff "Limit" Larson worked them over pretty good over two nights (2 nights harvest pictured).
New Lodge Facilities
We've got numerous new focal points at the lodge including our massive new indoor dining/conference building capable of seating 40 guests and then there's the Bayou Complex. We've grown from a half acre footprint to 3.5 acres and 700' of water frontage on Haley's Bayou; lighted pavilions and horseshoe pits; Hill Country Flagstone Bayou Fireplace; a massive family room for cards & dominos or kicking back and relaxing; full size beds for couples; accommodations for 40 guests rich with Texas hospitality in a "Coastal Casual" atmosphere that our guests have come to know and love; and, the best staff and guides in the business. Come see us!
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Capt. Kris Kelley
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