SPI PHOTO ALBUM - July 2004
SPI Alderman Fred Mallett represented the town well last week at a Masters sand sculpture contest in Port Angeles, WA. His piece, pictured above, featured lots and lots of fish eating -- and being eaten.
Catch Of The Day
Andy Hancock, South Padre Island Resident and Internationally recognized Sculptor shows off his latest commission.....Mosquite and Texas Ebony Marlin.
A new take on 'catch and release!'
What do you do on a hot summer day when the fish aren't biting?
The water offshore has been an incredible shade of blue. Do you recognize those legs? I'll give you a hint: he is a (recently) elected town official....
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July 14 - Offshore Fishing with Fred
What do you suppose that fish is saying?
While those of us trying to enjoy the great outdoors her in deep south Texas may find ourselves praying for a breeze, the lack of wind has made for some very calm days - just about ideal for offshore fishing. These local kids had a great time out on Fred Mallett's 29 ft. Sunray - "Sweat Equity" - and they even caught some fish!
Photo by Jamey Fountain
3rd of July, 2004 - What is Gong On Here?
While the rest of us were enjoying the holiday with friends and family, this bulldozer was busy leveling dunes -- and punching a big hole in our best defense against storm damage in the process. Can someone explain the logic behind this - especially seeing as how we are in the middle of hurricane season????? read more
(photo courtesy of Gene Gore at spadre.com)