I don't know the particular spots, but i've talked to several folks, that have found artifacts, right there off Galveston, after a storm. Problem is, there are no longer any beaches to walk and search. There are many ancient campsites though, that are now underwater in the gulf, just off the coastline. I recall reading a article in the paper, just about a year ago, Texas a&m was doing some searching.
I also read some stuff about the beaches near sea rim state park, there are lots a clovis being found there on the beaches. I need do do some more research its to long a drive to go down there in a hurry and i think some of the coast will still be closed.
McFaddin Beach is a good spot to look for artifacts after a big storm. It was closed down after Hurricane Rita and Hurricane Ike probably has it shut down again. Quite a few Clovis points, among other artifacts, have been found there. There are evidently several sites that are now under the water in the Gulf that will throw up artifacts after heavy storms.
I am having serious dig withdrawls!! I dont know if i can hold out untill digfest. My grandfathers place has produced some good heads over the years all from surface hunting a hill that has been plowed several times over the years. There is a creek next to the hill Im wondering if i should find a place to dig there. I dont know if it is worth the time or not. What do yall think?