Event Detail

Rahal Bayou at Pringle Lake - 2024 - Trip 2
Start Date/Time: Thursday, May 2, 2024
End Date/Time: Sunday, May 5, 2024
Recurring Event: One time event
Category:
Weekend / Intermediate Skill
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Description:

Trip Initiator: Steve Spadoni

Expenses/Fees:  Capt. Van's 2024 rate is $70.00 per person  -  Settle up directly with Capt Van  -  Parking at Clarks is $10 a day cash.

Trip Description:

Note that this is Trip #1 to Rahal for 2024...

This is a weekend campout on the beach at Rahal Bayou on the west end of Pringle Lake.  The location is on the bay side of Matagorda Island, a bit west of the Matagorda Island park. 

We will depart Thursday, May 2nd,  from Clark's Marina, returning from Rahal Bayou on Sunday, May 5th.  Attendees must be a current PACK member, dues and waiver complete.   

Note that this is a  4 day/3 night trip.  We can add a 3 day/2 night trip option if there is enough interest.  Please let me know.

How to Sign Up:  If you want to go, login, and click the link below to automatically have your name added to the list.

How to Get There:  We will depart from Clark's Marina on 7th Street in Port O'Connor.

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What to Pack/Bring:

See Standard PACK List for items to consider for any PACK outing

Important items:

  • VHF Radio for communication and emergency contact
  • First Aid Kit 
  • Lunch, Water, snacks
  • Kayak Drift Sock
  • Anchor and/or Stake-Out Stick
  • Foul Weather Gear 


REQUIRED READING:   Recommended guidelines for participates:

  • Make sure trip leader or an officer has your emergency contact
  • Notify the trip leader if you have any potential concerns
  • If inexperienced, then buddy up. Make sure the trip leader knows your experience level
  • Communicate with the trip leader, if you are unsure of your skill level required
  • Member dues are current
  • Guests are invited to particpate
  • Have performed deep water entries
  • Carry a first aid kit
  • Have a life jacket
  • Have a VHF radio
  • Inform the trip leader of your float plan if planning to fish alone or longer then the designated times
  • Sign in and sign out at the launch site. Inform the trip leader if you will be launching in a different place

Recommended for Trip Leaders:

  • Insures proper authorizations
  • Secure sites
  • Prepare emergency preparedness plan
  • Keep abreast of weather conditions that might effect the trip
  • Point out any potential area hazards
  • Maintain a head count
  • Have available a first aid kit
  • Have a VHF radio

Fishing Options: East, West, North

Guest Participants:

(We prefer for you to create a login account on this website so that you can have your name added to the auto register list below. If you don't have a registered login account on this website we can list your name here; please contact the trip leader to request your name to manually added. If you have a login account then use the enroll feature at the top of this page to become part of the auto enroll list below)

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How to Sign Up:

If you want to go, login, and click the link below to automatically have your name added to the list.

How to Get There:

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Owned by sjspud On Friday, March 1, 2024