Take Hwy 59 south till it dead ends at the beach. Turn right (west) on hwy 182 and go a couple of miles until you get to a bridge. They are working on the bridge, so construction signs and cranes galore - can't miss it. Immediately before the bridge on the right (northeast) side is a public parking lot. It was still open a couple of weeks ago when I fished there last, but there are a limited number of spots. If we fish early, they'll all be open for us. But they will then fill up quickly as the beach goers and surf fishers show up.Where are you guys referring to as the cut? I've never fished over there before but would like to know where I can launch
I've been 3 times, and haven't been skunked. Some days better than others. A few local friends and I hired a local guide to take us out in his boat the first time back toward the end of May. We all limited out on specs. The two additional times in the yak I've caught keeper specs and flounder. I was in my Outback those times, so couldn't stand up to see the ledges, and couldn't retrieve topwater as well as standing. I've since picked up a PA12, so looking forward to being able to stand, weather permitting.I've been to the lagoon twice this summer and struck out both times. Tons of action all around me, threw the tackle box at them and not a single bite. Maybe its my luck? Anybody else have a similar experience there?