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Rollover Fish Pass
Located in Gilchrist, 20 miles east on Hwy 87 from the Ferry landing and 7 miles west from the intersection of Hwy 87 and 124 at High Island at the beach, this fish cut was dug in the fifties to connect the Gulf of Mexico with Galveston Bay. It was financed by a conservation organization in Beaumont to give the migrating fish a means of getting from the Gulf to the Bay to spawn. In the spring and fall it is a great place to catch your limit on an incoming tide. For more info: www.RolloverPassTexas.com
Fishing in the surf is a relaxing, economical and sometimes rewarding experience. Take your rod and reel, some bait (live or dead) or a mirror lure, wade out to the waist deep water on the second sand bar and toss your line out and see what happens. Could be great. Surf fishing is especially good in the summer when the green water comes all the way to the beach. Thespeckeled trout are hungry and ready to take a lure or live shrimp.
Renowned fishing spot for miles around. You can walk out on the rocks, (the concrete only runs a short distance), for almost a mile. Dedicated fisherpeople spend hours on the slippery rocks in pursuit of the big one! Friendly atmosphere, you can take the kids, because the crabbing is also very good, and their pursuit brings lots of memories of the little ones trying to keep the crabs on the line! Road to the North Jetty is about two miles east of the Ferry landing.
Bolivar Peninsula is a census-designated place (CDP) in Galveston County, Texas, United States. The population was 3,853 at the 2000 census. It forms a narrow strip of land in Galveston County, Texas, separating the eastern part of Galveston Bay from the Gulf of Mexico. The peninsula's width ranges from half a mile down to a quarter-mile near the unincorporated community of Gilchrist, where the peninsula is divided by Rollover Pass. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 46.7 square miles (120.9 km²), of which, 45.2 square miles (117.0 km²) of it is land and 1.5 square miles (3.8 km²) of it (3.17%) is water.