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Fishing has been a challenge this week for individuals living along the water’s edge in the Golden Crescent. It has been windy for almost a week, but the strongest winds occurred on Wednesday the 15th. On Wednesday From Palacios, Port Alto, Olivia, Powder Horn, Port O’Connor pass Seadrift residence experienced the force of wind up to 32 miles an hour. Winds in a Tropical Depression are definite as 23-38 mile an hour wind lasting more than one minute. The high winds Wednesday lasted for hours. It will be interesting if any wind damage is reported. Maybe winds will calm down for all the coming weekend events.