Sunday, March 22, 2009

Port Aransas Fishing

The waters of the Gulf of Mexico as well as bay waters are starting to warm up now that Spring is here. Port Aransas fishing reports and fishing forecasts are available for the upcoming week at www.port-aransas.net. Over the past 10 days fishing reports are increasing better. Surf fishing, Horace Caldwell and Bob Hall Pier, Redfish and Corpus Christi Bays have picked up in fishing activity.

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Monday, March 16, 2009

Port Aransas Beaches

The first wave hit the beaches of Port Aransas this Spring Break 2009 as the Sun warmed away the cold air and Spring conditions took over. Major Universities on break this week converged on Port Aransas beaches. Expect the Mustang Island beaches to fill with tens of thousands of people over the next few days as the local weather continues to warm and the people swarm the South Texas beaches for Sun, Sand and a whole lot of Fun.

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Friday, March 13, 2009

Port Aransas Hotels

Spring Break 2009 is moving into the two biggest weeks starting Saturday March 14th. Cold weather that moved into the area is expected to be replaced with warm tempatures on area beaches. Even more good news is there are hotel rooms still available for those who have decided to leave on this last minute.

Port Aransas is one of the best USA locations for Spring Break as it offers visitors the ability to park their car and enjoy the beaches, fishing, eating and nightlife without ever leaving the sub-tropical Mustang Island.

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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Port A 2009 Spring Break

Winter gives us another blast of cold air as we head into the first weekend of one of the largest weeks in Spring Break 2009. Tempatures in the 50's are forecasted through Saturday with some rain. Sunday looks to bring clear skies and the start of warming trend as we head into next week. Forecasters at the National Weather Service show Monday warming up and the sun coming out. Hopefully the rain will firm up the sand on area beaches to make driving a lot easier.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

2009 Spring Break

The first wave of 2009 Spring Breakers have begun to arrive this weekend. Stores are little more crowded than they have been all winter and it is all just getting started. Spring Break 2009 is officially kicked off with the Sun shining and great weather. Fishing has picked up and a small spring swell is hitting the beach for the visiting and resident surfers at the TGSA Port Aransas Open. Waves are forecasted to remain for the week surf forecast.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Surf Report

Surf Reports for Bob Hall Pier and North Padre Island can also be found at Magic Seaweed Surf Forecast website.

Monday, March 2, 2009

Fulton OysterFest

The Fulton Oysterfest kicks off this coming Thursday, March 5th at 5pm. Fulton has been celebrating the oyster now for 30 years. Live music, art, food, acarnival and plenty oysters make for 4 days of fun on the coast. The Oysterfest event has attendance of over 20,000 people to the event. For more information check out the town of Fulton's website www.fultontexas.org or call 361-463-9955.