One thing’s for sure and that is the groundhog could not have seen his shadow here in Galveston on Saturday. Fog was thick and hopefully we will see spring weather early this year.

Fog will be an issue on and off for the next two to three months. Those of us that have spent a lot of time on the water around Galveston know how to spot the signs even before fog warnings are issued.

Capt. Joe Kent is a columnist for The Daily News. Report your catch to reel.report@galvnews.com or call 409-683-5273.

(4) comments

Gary Miller

Even in the densits of fog a compass and GPS will get you to within a few feet of your goal.

George Croix

Better be careful saying that, Gary.....
Some idiot will try it on I45 then name you in the the post-crash lawsuit later....don't ever, in this county, leave yourself open to any litigation no matter how dishonest or dumb....[pirate]

Gary Miller

George. I avoid driving in fog. On the water I reduce speed to range of visability.

George Croix

Yes, Gary, but you are old enough to have been issued a large ration of common sense, and have chosen to not throw any of it away.....[beam][beam][beam]

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