• Sleeps: 12
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2.0
  • Pets: Allowed
  • Check-in: After 3:00 pm
  • Check-out: Before 11:00 am
Sleeps: 12
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 2.0
Pets: Allowed
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check-out: Before 11:00 am
OBO Amenities: Access to Pursuits (On Site), Fenced Yard, Grill, Outdoor Living Area, Private Dock\Pier, Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile
Everyday Living: 24 Hour Check-In, Air Conditioning, Coffee Maker, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Towels, TV, Wifi
Bay City, TX

Catch N Relax

This lovely waterfront home is located among the gorgeous oak trees and Caney Creek on Live Oak Bend, and is the perfect place for family vacations, fishing trips, or weekend getaways! With a ping pong table, a private fishing dock, and easy access to the local beach, you may never want to leave!

We’re not kidding! This spot, on the top of the boat dock’s elevated patio, right over gorgeous Caney Creek, has been host to numerous events, gatherings, and parties. But really, the beauty is often best enjoyed early in the morning with a cup of coffee watching the sun rise. Or in the evenings, with close family feasting on the catch of the day, caught right there off the private fishing dock.

Come see if you agree!

Outdoor Access

San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge in Texas is a haven for birdwatchers and wildlife photographers, providing diverse ecosystems that cater to a variety of bird species and other wildlife. Positioned along the Central Flyway, the refuge is a vital pitstop for migratory birds, offering opportunities to observe waterfowl, songbirds, and shorebirds during migration seasons. The wetlands host a rich array of species, including egrets, herons, and ibises, while waterfowl such as mallards, pintails, gadwalls, and northern shovelers thrive in the expansive wetland habitats. Raptors like ospreys and hawks, along with occasional bald eagles, grace the skies. The coastal location attracts diverse shorebirds like sandpipers and plovers. Beyond birdlife, the refuge is home to alligators, adding an exciting element to wildlife encounters. Native plants, wildflowers, and varied landscapes, including marshes and prairies, provide scenic backdrops for wildlife photography, with sunrise and sunset capturing the refuge’s natural beauty.

Offshore fishing in the Gulf of Mexico off the Texas coast is a thrilling pursuit, attracting anglers seeking larger game fish. The prime time for offshore excursions is from late spring to early fall, drawing in migratory species. Coastal Texas distinguishes itself with proximity to the nutrient-rich Gulf waters, providing a fertile ground for a diverse array of game fish. Anglers revel in the accessibility and abundance of offshore opportunities, making this region a standout nationally in the adventurous realm of offshore fishing.

Sargent’s kayaking trails offer diverse experiences. Allen’s Landing provides easy access to East Matagorda Bay, while Rudasill’s Cut is a quick route to the bay and marsh areas. Jetty Park is popular for beach access and paddleboarding. Little Boggy Bayou is a great spot for fishing, but caution is advised due to alligator habitat. Oyster Lake, Parker’s Cut, Rawling’s Cut, and River Bend Boat Ramp offer additional opportunities for fishing and birding. Riverside Park serves as a scenic starting point for paddling downstream, and St. Mary’s Bayou provides a vast marsh for exploration. While 3 Mile Lake requires a 4×4, it offers a marsh area on Matagorda Beach, and FM521 Park serves as both a ramp and camping site. These destinations showcase Sargent’s natural beauty, catering to both short and extended paddling adventures.

Waterfowl hunting in coastal Texas is a unique challenge, requiring adept decoy placement in marshes and bayous. Dominated by mallards, pintails, gadwalls, and northern shovelers, strategically positioned decoys simulate natural feeding and resting areas. The intricate network of coastal wetlands and estuaries offers unparalleled opportunities, setting coastal Texas apart in the thrilling pursuit of waterfowl hunting opportunities.

Fly fishing along the Texas coast offers an exhilarating experience for anglers targeting redfish, speckled trout, and flounder. Ideal during the warmer months, from late spring to early fall, the shallow flats and marshy bayous create prime habitats. The expansive saltwater flats near barrier islands are renowned for fly fishing, posing a unique challenge with sight-casting to cruising redfish. Coastal Texas stands out for its diverse estuarine environments, offering fly fishermen a dynamic and adventurous landscape.

Inshore fishing along the Texas coast is a year-round delight, drawing anglers with the promise of diverse catches. Optimal times vary based on the targeted species, with redfish active in shallower waters during warmer months and speckled trout abundant in spring and fall. Black drum, sheepshead, and flounder provide additional opportunities. The vast system of bays and estuaries sets coastal Texas apart, offering a mosaic of fishing grounds that cater to different preferences and skill levels, creating an adventurous playground for fishing enthusiasts.


OBO Amenities

Access to Pursuits (On Site) Access to Pursuits (On Site)
Fenced Yard Fenced Yard
Grill Grill
Outdoor Living Area Outdoor Living Area
Private Dock\Pier Private Dock\Pier
Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile


24 Hour Check-In, Air Conditioning, Coffee Maker, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Towels, TV, Wifi

Things to Do

  • Amberjack
  • Bird Watching
  • Birding
  • boating
  • Canoeing
  • Canvasback
  • Cobia
  • Fishing
  • Flounder
  • Grouper
  • Hunting
  • Kayaking
  • Mahi Mahi
  • Mallard
  • Paddle Sports
  • Pintail Ducks
  • Redfish
  • Saltwater Fly Fishing
  • Sheepshead
  • Snapper
  • Snorkeling
  • Spanish Mackerel
  • Speckled Trout
  • Tarpon
  • Teal
  • Tuna
  • Waterfowl Hunting
  • Wood Duck

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