Fishing in Jacinto City


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  • Krav Maga Houston - Central Campus
    The grueling, seven-hour krav maga black-belt test has an average pass rate of 50%?that is, at least, unless you?ve trained at Krav Maga & CrossFit North Houston, which boasts an untrammeled pass rate of 100%. Such impressive pass rates are made possible by 2nd Dan black belt, C.J. Kirk, who helms a vetted and experienced team of instructors that teaches the Israeli fighting system to amateurs, military personnel, and law enforcement officers. Classes educate pupils on all aspects of the discipline, including how to respond to stress, act on instinct, and execute textbook strikes and blocks. To accommodate all levels, the center offers flexible class times as well as time slots dedicated to childrens? fitness and fighting classes.
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    2615 Southwest Freeway
    Houston, TX US
  • Swanny's Grill
    If you haven't experienced Swanny's, it's a great time to enjoy the top-rated restaurant. Stop in for the amazing service and stay for a yummy meal. You'll be a regular at Swanny's before you know it. No specific attire is required, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. If you just feel like stopping by for a beverage, the restaurant has helpful bar staff (and a good selection behind the bar). Specializing in lunch, chances are you won't walk away from Swanny's Grill disappointed.
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    6224 Theall Rd
    Houston, TX US
  • Bay Adventures Sportfishing
    Appearances on ESPN?s Redfish Cup and the Gulf Coast Troutmaster circuit are only a sample of the multifarious accolades that dot Captain Steve Auld?s resum?. A paramedic, licensed US Coast Guard captain, and professional angler, Steve is also the owner of Bay Adventures Sportfishing, where he leads as many as 200 fishing trips per year. Armed with included gear, fishing groups set out on Galveston Bay?s salty waters in search of catches such as speckled trout, redfish, and flounder. Groups are also privy to Steve?s special instruction and secrets garnered from years of professional experience, ensuring they don?t make newbie mistakes such as getting too attached to a fish and eloping with it. In addition to his Galveston Bay jaunts, Steve also leads specialty trips such as flounder gigging and guided duck and dove hunts in Mexico.
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    213 Thompson Ln.
    Baytown, TX US
  • Clay Mound Sporting Center
    Designed to accommodate everything from family outings to hunting practice, Clay Mound Sporting Center comprises two sporting-clays courses and a five-stand setup. More than 40 Promatic machines??including 4 Rabbit-Chondel combination throwers, 3 battues, and 37 standards, work with wireless controllers so guests and instructors can set them from the course. In addition to fishing and hunting onsite, the staff also maintains a fire pit and picnic area and an air-conditioned event facility.
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    P.O. Box 10126
    Liberty, TX US
  • Freedom Boat Club
    Freedom Boat Club's expert staff transforms inlanders into inboaters without the maintenance, refueling, and storage hassles of watercraft ownership. Up to four people can learn key nautical skills such as tying knots, docking in the wind, and digesting saltwater from one of the company's midshipmen prior to taking a vessel out for a full day of aqueous amusement. Both the Lake Conroe and the Clear Lake locations operate an armada consisting of multifarious types of marine movers, including ski boats, fishing vessels, and pontoons.
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    3101 NASA Parkway
    Seabrook, TX US
  • Texas Kayak Guide
    Some of Marshall Hosea's earliest memories involve water lapping gently about the ankles of his oversized boots as he waded into a river or creek for some classic fly-fishing with his father and grandfather. What started as a childhood pastime became a lifelong passion, and Marshall began experimenting with all kinds of boats to enhance his fishing experience. He loved feeling close to nature and the water as he cast lines and baited hooks, and he found the kayak offered him the best experience. As a bonus, the paddle-driven craft left no trace upon the natural beauty he so loved. Now, he teaches others the joy of kayaking and fishing as the owner and head guide of Texas Kayak Guide. He takes passengers down rivers and creeks, or skimming across bayous and bays, showing them raccoons hunting shellfish, osprey darting into the water to snatch fish, and porpoises swimming alongside the quiet craft. While on the water, he also teaches the finer points of fishing, including everything from how to spot a fish to changing one's tactics to match the seasonal behavior of one's prey.
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    5001 Nasa Pkwy.
    Seabrook, TX US

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