Are they out yet?
We headed home on the 23rd. Ill try to remember to update, I am gonna prospect the morning of the 20thin hopes to run the family out for a quick limit Sat and SundayGood info! We will be there the 23rd. Looking forward to it.
I like to stay at Port Cottages:or at least very close to a good boat ramp.
now that is what i call a detailed report. lol.I like to stay at Port Cottages:
We've become a favorite for families and fishermen accessing Cape San Blas. We offer weekends, single nights and extended stays. All units are pet-friendly!portcottages.com
The ones that face highway 98, they are directly across the street from the boat ramp.
I park my vehicle and boat in the grass area on the south side of 98.
I rent a Club Car to drive around town.
When I pull out to launch, I save my parking spot with the Club Car.
Then when I launch, drive the club car and park it right next to the boat ramp.
When we return, drive the club car to the my vehicle and trailer, again save my spot with the club car.
The off load the boat, and carry them to the cottage on the club car.
Then drive the club car all over town, and never unhook my boat from the my vehicle.
I can see my boat from my front porch.
And we are in the middle of downtown PSJ.
There are other ways, many water front home on the Cape with docks.
I know many people that do that also.
Thanks for the report. What water depth were you feeling for them in?I went yesterday. I wade from a fairly popular kayak launch area so my report is for a fairly small area. Visibility was very low, it got a little better as the day went on but was never great. I ended up with a limit in a little over 2 hours. The scallops were there I just had to feel for most of them due to the visibility. The size seemed a little smaller than average with a few decent ones mixed in.