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Any one from texas could ya help me out?? I am heading down to texas in mid March to pick up my new rig and i would really like to brake her in with some gar blood while down there! So is season open then or would i even be abale to find them?? Any advise would be great i dont want ya to give up a hony hole or anything just some pointers ya can even PM me thanks ..
 

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Season??? It's 365 days a year.
 

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where is ur rig u are picking up? the trinity river has pleanty of gar and they should be spawning around that time
 

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where is ur rig u are picking up? the trinity river has pleanty of gar and they should be spawning around that time
I was thinking about around bride city or port Neches But I never been down there so maybe i will just head to the trinity ...
 

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Bahahaha bring arctic gear thats great i will be in a tshirt. It has not been over 20 here in the last 3 weeks i dont care about the cold i just want to know if i will have any chances to shoot a gar!!!
 

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hahaha tell it like it is brady...

hard to say man, temperature really needs to start rising for you to have a great chance but your already coming down so make a trip out of it..best of luck
Thank you at least some one is looking at it from my point of view lol just to be able to see water will be a blast we have 13 inch of ice right know
 

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Thank you at least some one is looking at it from my point of view lol just to be able to see water will be a blast we have 13 inch of ice right know
I spent several months around Kalamazoo this past year working on the oil spill. (You probably heard my airboat on the river) maybe i can help. In early March, you will have better luck close to the coast. The water is still too cold further up. There are big gar around port Neches and Sabine pass. Work the edges of the cuts that come out of the marsh into the bayfront. not unusual to find them out in open water if you can catch it clear enough to see them that time of year. lots of wind. Trinity bay is also an option. Check around the HL&P discharge.

Hope this helps. If it dont help you,Im sure it will help someone. Steve

PS The next time you are in HOOTERS in Kzoo, tell Christine Steve said ,"HI"
 
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