We fished there on Saturday. I saw minimum 3 guides fishing there with clients. Talked to 2 of them. Fished the guts and surf on incoming tide. Son fished the surf on a slack tide while we took a sammich break and limited on keeper reds and 2 more trout. Went to surf on outgoing and surf was rough. Caught some dinks. All in all decent trip. Did not see or get run over by airboat.
Took a trip to cedar bayou this last weekend. It is looking great! There was a strong current flowing in and out. I tried to cross to see how deep it was. It was too swift and deep to cross. The fix still seems to be working.
Curious, was down over New Years, took the boat out, tides were highest I had seen them all year, most of our duck blind benches were submerged. Talked to pops yesterday, said tides were scary low. I have to assume that this means the bayou got a good "blowing out" over the last couple of weeks. More interested in it for the hydrology and less for the fishing report....any updates?
I went to Cedar Bayou last week. Tides are normal, but the sand has definitely shifted, running in to the boat sign is the same, but the bayou itself has moved about 3-400 yards south against St. Jose, the mouth of Vincent Slough is only about 15 yards across. Caught some dink trout in the bayou, but good reds in the surf.