I’m really trying to amp up the amount of time I’m spending on the water. I spent hardly any time on the water over the summer. Now, with the cool fronts soon to be coming, I know the fishing will be picking up and I feel I need to take advantage of that situation before the holiday season, and before we welcome our baby girl into our lives. With this in mind,… Read More
I just realized that I haven’t made a post since early June. Sorry to anyone who may keep checking back from time-to-time. The honest truth is that I haven’t been doing a whole lot of fishing this summer. That’s been kind of a let down, but I’ve had things to keep me busy. Since my last post regarding the PAC Redfish Marathon Series, I’ve fished with my boss, John, at a honey… Read More
Ok, so I didn’t post a part 3. That day was kind of a dud. I had one fish for around four pounds. Moving on… I headed south from PAC Kayak Rentals, staying along the edge of the main canal until I started nearing some marsh near the pipeline intersections. I threw a Spook Jr. for about 10-15 minutes around that area, with a Bugg worked in along the bank here and… Read More
Man… Shallow Water Expeditions makes some awesome videos! This is an older one, and I may have even posted it before, but it doesn’t hurt to post it again. So good!
I’ve been following Scott Myers for a few months now. He’s the author behind BayouChronicles.com. I really dig the layout of his site, and he’s a professional photographer, so that bleeds over onto the blog as well. He’s got a great article on sight-fishing, and his trip reports have a rundown on the conditions, and the tackle he used. I’ve done something similar, but I’ve been inconsistent providing that information. I’ll try… Read More