With Tropical Storm Fernand in the southwest Gulf of Mexico, 30 shrimpers have sought safe harbor in Conn Brown Harbor in Aransas Pass.
Spring has sprung in my coastal world, the North Bay area of the Coastal Bend. Texas is well known for its spring bluebonnets and Indian paintbrush with well-publicized Bluebonnet Trails. But there are many lesser known places to explore. Look for the other spring flowers and enjoy listening and watching the birds.
A ceremony held in Sherill Park, Corpus Christi marked the 45th anniversary of the deaths of six men on September 21, 1973 as the result of an accidentally dropped flare inside a Coast Guard aircraft during a search and rescue operation.
Do you love spending quiet time with a line in the water, enjoying the Gulf breeze while waiting for a bite? Maybe you’ve thought about meeting other anglers or even fishing competitively.
Identifying himself only as Alin from London, this visitor to the Aransas Pass community has been seen for the past few weeks along the streets leading to and around Conn Brown Harbor as he picks up trash.
Anyone who goes to Conn Brown Harbor this weekend may be surprised to see the large number of Gulf shrimp boats which are now docked. During the Texas Shrimp Season, these boats visit the harbor regularly to bring their catch to Erickson & Jenson Shrimp Packers but usually only two or three will be docked at the same time. On Wednesday, August 9, 15 shrimpers were counted with some tied alongside another boat.
Standup Paddle Boarding is gaining in popularity in the local harbors and sheltered areas of the local bays.
Vets from the surrounding area will be at Redfish Bay Boathouse on Conn Brown Harbor beginning Friday, May 19 when registration begins at 5:00 p.m. The teams will be on the water Saturday morning at 6:00 a.m. or later if they sleep in. The opening ceremonies Friday evening are open to the public. The Veteran's … Continue reading Vets Fishing with Vets