• Sleeps: 8
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2.0
  • Pets: Not Allowed
  • Check-in: After 3:00 pm
  • Check-out: Before 11:00 am
Sleeps: 8
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.0
Pets: Not Allowed
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Check-out: Before 11:00 am
OBO Amenities: Access to Pursuits (On Site), Game Cleaning Station, Grill, Kayaks\Canoes Included, Outdoor Living Area, Private Dock\Pier, Public Lands\Waters < 1Mile
Everyday Living: 24 Hour Check-In, Air Conditioning, CO2 Detector, Coffee Maker, First Aid Kit, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Smoke Alarm, Towels, TV, Washer\Dryer, Wifi
Bay City, TX 77414

The Nauti Seagull

This home is at a great location on Caney Creek – close to the ICW & Sargent Beach, great fishing, restaurants and more! The home is on a huge lot, plus there are no homes across the creek, which gives it a lovely, private feel! Plenty of room for activities outside in the yard, covered patio for relaxing in the shade, swings under the house, comfortable patio furniture. The pier is equipped with fishing lights for night fishing and crab traps are provided as well – just bring your fishing poles and bait!

Inside, you’ll love the immaculate interior that is fully stocked with all of essentials and then some! The comfortable living room has a pull out sofa bed and a smart TV. The kitchen has all of the kitchen essentials, a dual Keurig coffee pot with drip and pod options, koozies, and more! Guests have access to the laundry room as well. Wifi is also included. Both bathrooms are stocked with soaps, shampoo, conditioner, first aid and more.

Outdoor Access

Fishing in Coastal Texas is uniquely characterized by its diverse ecosystem, encompassing bayous, marshes, estuaries, and the Gulf of Mexico. The region serves as a critical migration route for various fish species, offering anglers opportunities to target seasonal catches as they traverse the coastline. With both inshore and offshore options, anglers can explore bay systems, marshes, and shallow flats for redfish, speckled trout, and flounder, while also venturing into the Gulf for larger game fish such as kingfish, cobia, snapper, grouper, and pelagic species.

The extensive Texas coastline provides abundant fishing grounds, allowing anglers to experience a variety of environments with distinct challenges and rewards. The mild year-round climate facilitates fishing throughout the seasons, attracting enthusiasts regardless of weather conditions. The rich fishing culture embedded in coastal communities adds to the appeal, offering local expertise, traditions, and a deep connection to the water. Coastal Texas is home to sought-after species like redfish and speckled trout, contributing to the region’s popularity among anglers seeking a memorable and varied fishing experience. In essence, the combination of diverse ecosystems, migration patterns, and a vibrant fishing culture distinguishes Coastal Texas as a premier destination for those seeking a unique and rewarding fishing adventure.

Waterfowl hunting in Coastal Texas offers a unique and diverse experience, setting it apart from other regions. Several factors contribute to the distinctiveness of waterfowl hunting in this area:

  1. Diverse Habitats: Coastal Texas features a variety of habitats, including marshes, bayous, coastal waters, and inland wetlands. This diversity attracts a wide range of waterfowl species, providing hunters with different environments to explore and target various ducks.
  2. Migration Patterns: The Texas coast serves as a crucial migration route for waterfowl, making it a dynamic destination for hunters. As ducks migrate along the coastline, hunters can experience different waves of waterfowl throughout the season, presenting varied hunting opportunities.
  3. Abundance of Species: Coastal Texas is home to a rich variety of waterfowl species, including mallards, pintails, gadwalls, northern shovelers, redheads, canvasbacks, scaup, and various teal species. This abundance adds to the excitement and diversity of waterfowl hunting in the region.
  4. Coastal Waters Influence: The proximity to coastal waters contributes to the unique waterfowl hunting experience. Ducks often utilize coastal areas for feeding and resting, providing hunters with opportunities for both inland and coastal waterfowl hunting.
  5. Inland and Coastal Wetlands: Inland wetlands, such as St. Mary’s Bayou, and coastal wetlands, including Oyster Lake, offer prime waterfowl hunting grounds. These areas attract ducks with diverse habitats, enhancing the overall waterfowl hunting experience.
  6. Local Expertise: Coastal communities in Texas have a long history of waterfowl hunting, and local guides bring valuable expertise to hunters. Their knowledge of the area, migration patterns, and the behavior of different waterfowl species contributes to a more successful and enjoyable hunting experience.

Sargent, Texas, and its surrounding areas offer a variety of public lands that cater to outdoor enthusiasts, providing diverse opportunities for recreation. Here’s a breakdown of some notable public lands in and around Sargent:

Sargent Wildlife Management Area (WMA):

The Sargent WMA is known for its diverse ecosystems, including marshes, wetlands, and coastal habitats. It is managed by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD). Outdoor enthusiasts can engage in birdwatching, wildlife observation, fishing, and limited hunting activities. The WMA is particularly popular for waterfowl hunting during the designated season.

Matagorda Island WMA is a vast coastal wilderness area managed by TPWD. It includes beaches, dunes, and tidal flats. Accessible by boat, Matagorda Island offers opportunities for birdwatching, fishing, beachcombing, and wildlife photography. The island is also known for its historic lighthouse.

Matagorda Island State Park: This state park is situated on the northern end of Matagorda Island, providing a pristine coastal environment. Visitors can enjoy camping, birdwatching, fishing, and beach activities. The park offers a serene and secluded setting for those seeking a coastal getaway.

Riverside Park: Located along the Colorado River, Riverside Park in Sargent offers riverfront access and recreational facilities. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, fishing, kayaking, and wildlife viewing. The park provides a scenic setting for outdoor relaxation.

St. Mary’s Bayou: This bayou is a picturesque water body near Sargent, surrounded by marsh areas and coastal landscapes. St. Mary’s Bayou is ideal for kayaking, birdwatching, and fishing. Paddlers can explore the bayou’s serene waters and observe diverse bird species.

Oyster Lake Park: Oyster Lake Park is situated near Sargent and offers a combination of marshland and coastal environments. Outdoor enthusiasts can engage in birdwatching, fishing, and wildlife observation. The park’s diverse ecosystems attract various bird species.

3 Mile Lake: Accessible with a 4×4 vehicle, 3 Mile Lake is a marsh area located on the backside of Matagorda Beach. This area is suitable for fishing and birdwatching. The remote location provides a tranquil setting for those seeking a less crowded outdoor experience.


OBO Amenities

Access to Pursuits (On Site) Access to Pursuits (On Site)
Game Cleaning Station Game Cleaning Station
Grill Grill
Kayaks\Canoes Included Kayaks\Canoes Included
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, CO2 Detector, Coffee Maker, First Aid Kit, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Smoke Alarm, Towels, TV, Washer\Dryer, 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
  • Spanish Mackerel
  • Speckled Trout
  • Tarpon
  • Teal
  • Tuna
  • Waterfowl Hunting
  • Wood Duck

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