Sunday Beach/Pass

Sunday Beach has been a popular spot for Port O’Connor residents and visitors to the area for many years. It’s one of the many gems that make our small town unique.

After Hurricane Harvey, in August of 2017, most of the dunes were leveled and a new pass was created. Below are a few recent aerial photos of the beach access.

Sunday Beach Pass

Sunday Beach – Before Hurricane Harvey

Sunday Beach Pass

Sunday Beach – After Hurricane Harvey

Sunday Beach Pass

Sunday Beach – After Hurricane Harvey

Sunday Beach Pass

Sunday Beach – After Hurricane Harvey

Below are some recent photos of the new North and South Sunday Beach.

Sunday Beach

North and South Sunday Beach

Gulf Side North Sunday Beach

Gulf Side of the North Sunday Beach


POC is Seeing Red “Fish”

If you haven’t been to Port O’ Connor lately you are going to be pleasantly surprised how this community has banded together to bounce back after Hurricane Harvey.  All of our Tigrett Vacation Rental properties are back up to par, and storm debris in the bay is virtually nonexistent.  Our shrimping fleet is back at work and there’s plenty of bait at all of the boat ramps which are 100% in operation.

I personally have had a hand full of guided trips over the past 2 weeks due to the fact that people cannot get down here due to destruction in their areas.  I will tell you that we are ready and recovered to help you put your friends or customers on some fish of a lifetime.  The bay seems rejuvenated and the fish are hungry.  The trips I have had have enjoyed full limits of red fish and near limits of speckled trout along with a handful of black drum.

We hope that you are able to recover quickly and get back down to the end of the road to make those memories of a lifetime.  We are enjoying lighter crowds on the bay and its like we are back to being the best kept secret on the coast.

Capt’n Stephen Boriskie
Special Correspondent to Tigrett Real Estate
Bay Flats Lodge

Tigrett Vacation Rentals is Accepting Bookings Now

The weather is great!

Power restoration is nearly complete and the stores are restocking their shelves. All of the highway business locations are open and all of the restaurants are back to their normal scheduled hours.

Initial fishing reports have been good. The only significant physical change noted is that Sunday Beach is gone and now appears to be the new pass.

All rental units are back online and ready for check-ins.

We appreciate your patience and we geared back up, but we’re ready to welcome you back to Port O’Connor. If you’re in need of a rental, be sure to check the availability online, or give us a call.

Thank you,

The Tigrett Vacation Rental Team

Harvey Update

Our little town of Port O’Connor is known for its resiliency and is now making efforts to restore normal business operations.

First, I want to assure you that your Tigrett Rental Reservation is fully guaranteed. Tigrett Vacation Rentals will honor your current rental (so long as the property is ready), a reschedule, or a cancel.

Now onto Harvey: the eye-wall probably missed Port O’Connor by about 40 miles; the damage our town experienced was a minimal surge tide of less than 3 feet; a lot of rain but all flooding receded; wind damage included minimal roof and siding damage, fallen fences and a few uprooted trees. In general, older structures experienced most of the damage, especially the older boat stalls. We did experience wind damage to the electrical power grid which caused all of Port O’Connor to be without power for 4 days.

Restoration Efforts: POC now has water and sewer totally restored (Boil Potable Water Restriction); power outages are being addressed by numerous Victoria Electric Coop and contractor crews; cellular reception is working with some minor issues; no debris blocking any streets in POC or roadways to POC; ICW looks brackish.

Store Openings: Speedy Stop, Hurricane Junction, Docks, the Fishing Center and others are in the works.

POC Status Update

We are coming back!

Today the weather is absolutely beautiful with light cool breezes.

Water and sewer to most everywhere is working. Power has been restored to a few areas, but most importantly, Speedy Stop is open for gas and supplies.

There is free water available at the POC Fire Station.

Seadrift was hit harder than POC, and some of the churches are serving hot meals. The Salvation Army is also serving meals and MREs.

The Tigrett Vacation Rental team is working hard to get ready for the Labor Day Weekend. We hope to see you very soon!

Hurricane Harvey Update

Port O’Connor is currently without power and utilities, and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has issued a notice to residents of the need to boil water prior to consumption.

Due to limited resources, all upcoming rentals have been put on hold until further notice. If you leave a message with our office, we will contact you as soon as possible. Please be patient as we work to restore power and begin the clean up process.

A preliminary assessment to the area reveals that a majority of the structures are in good order. And as soon as power and utilities are restored we will be able to open up our vacation rentals.

If you would like to assist the POC residents, we are in need of water, ice and gasoline.

Before you make a trip to the area, be sure to check out for any road closures.

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to welcoming you to Port O’Connor very soon.

Book Now for 4th of July!

Join us in Port O’Connor as we celebrate the 4th of July. Our fireworks show is absolutely spectacular. This year’s show will be held at King Fisher Beach just after dusk on Saturday, July 1st.

If you haven’t booked your rental, now is the time! Check out our availability online, or give us a call at 361-983-2671.

We look forward to seeing you in Port O’Connor.

Warrior’s Weekend 2017

Tigrett Real Estate has been a strong supporter of Warrior’s Weekend and is honored to be an active part of the 2017 event. Last year, the Tigrett Team accommodated over 600 people. Participation continues to grow each year and no one is ever turned away.

This year’s event will take place the weekend of May 19 – 21, 2017. Port O’Connor is proud that our community is chosen to host the fishing expeditions for these service men and women. The troops arrive Saturday morning, by chartered buses from Brooke Army Medical Center, joining other wounded soldiers who arrive earlier from other military installations across the country.

Professional sand sculptors worked with 180 tons of sand to create a beautiful memorial for the visiting soldiers. The sculpture is on display at the Port O’Connor Community Center, you can’t miss it as you drive into town!

The entire community comes together to volunteer their talents in support of this amazing event. Please join us as we give a hero’s welcome to these men and women and show them the unique spirit of our fishing town.


Feels Like Spring!

Duck season is over and with the unusually warm weather it feels like Spring!

Fishing was phenomenal this past Fall and Winter, and we expect Spring to be excellent. Now is the time to plan your next fishing trip to Port O’Connor. If you would like to book a fishing guide, please check out these Guides and Outfitters.


Need a family vacation? Our Vacation Rentals are now available to be booked for the Summer. Book online now using the Search tool, or speak to a rental agent by calling 361-983-2671.

We hope to see you soon in Port O’Connor.