Texas Saltwater Series #2 LbNA # 33505
|Placed Date||Jul 28 2007|
|Found By||Kingwood family of 5|
|Last Found||Sep 6 2008|
Texas Saltwater Series #2
Hint: This fish is commonly less than a pound to 4 pounds. World record 21 pounds, 4 ounces. They have one wicked grin with human like teeth. It uses its teeth to grind up small crabs and to scrape barnacles off underwater ledges. Always use fish pillars to remove hooks from this fish’s month, they had one heck of a bite.
Directions: From Houston take Hwy 225 to TX - 146 N. Go over the Fred Hartman Bridge to Baytown. Take the TX-146-BR N exit to the Water Front District. Stay straight on TX-146-BR, this turns into North Alexander. Turn right onto E Texas. Turn right onto Roseland Drive. The Park has a one way circular drive, drive till you reach the boat ramp parking area. Enter and park here.
Clues: Once in the boat ramp parking area, look for the Oleander bushes that surround one side of the parking area. (Also there is a silver pipe fence directly behind these bushes) Your back should be to the water. Find the light post in the middle of these bushes, the boat ramp sign should be behind this post. The Lb is in the Oleander bush to the left of the post, stuck down in the middle of its base. Please be discreet and re hide well. It is a Park, so weekdays are better for being discreet.
* There are tons of ducks, geese, and other birds to feed at this park, so bring a snack for them.