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Boats blown ashore by Hurricane Celia in Aransas Pass

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Historical perspectives of hurricane landfalls in Texas since 1851

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Hurricane Celia struck August 3, 1970.

Hurricane history and preparedness as the most active months approach

In the history of hurricanes making landfall on the Texas coast, the most active months are August and September, which makes mid-July a good time to revisit hurricane preparedness.

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Photos courtesy of the Deep Sea Roundup

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Photos courtesy of Deep Sea Roundup

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Deep Sea Roundup

This year’s Deep Sea Roundup took place July 8th through the 11th. The Deep Sea Roundup began in 1932 as the Tarpon Roundup and has grown from a handful of Port Aransas fishing and hunting guides pitting their skills against one another to the largest family fishing tournament on the Texas Gulf Coast. The Roundup attracts anglers of all ages and skill levels. Deep Sea Roundup draws over 800 contestants annually.

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By Captain Dean Tomas

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Photos courtesy of the Deep Sea Roundup

The Slowride Fishing Guide

Hello and welcome to the first Slowride Guide Services fishing report and helpful tips resource page. I am Captain Dean Thomas owner of Slowride Guide Services and kayak rentals in beautiful downtown Aransas Pass. I have been guiding and outfitting fishing trips right here in the same location for 19 years and I’m looking forward to sharing experiences and helpful tips along with conservation issues and news from the coast. It has been quite an experience to watch the evolution of the fishing culture over the past 20 years, so many changes in a relatively short time and it reminds me of the generation that came before me that told stories of how it was back in their day. Hopefully you will enjoy the stories as this fishing report and resource page becomes a series and thank you very much for reading along.

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Aransas Pass Progress


346 S. Houston

Aransas Pass, TX 78336


P.O. Box 2100

Aransas Pass, TX 78336


361-758-5391