Kayak Fishing

What a difference a few inches of water makes. I have been on the water a few times recently with various levels of success. One area I fished the tide had fallen enough to make fishing downright tough; I had a difficult time maneuvering through the marsh because of the […]

Greg and I started the morning bright and early at a spot we hadn’t had the chance to check out this year. We were interested to see if we could pick up trout shallow along with some redfish. We started off throwing topwaters in 1′-3′ of water on main bay […]

After keeping a close eye on the winds and water levels all day I had enough with being stuck indoors so I decided to head out for a quick evening trip close to home. I decided to pack light and only tote along my fly rod, fly box, and a […]

Fishing has been outstanding. I’ve been all over the map here on the Upper Texas Coast, from east to west, and have found redfish schooled up shallow at every location. It has been very easy to find them. Just look for birds hovering, bait fleeing, or listen for the distinct […]


Get In and Get Out

Greg, John, and I hit the marsh last week and found several big schools of redfish early before the water level got too low. Bite lasted only a couple of hours because it was already mud slogging low and ripping out quickly. We had just enough water to float when […]


Backs and Schools

If you watch carefully you can see some of the redfish swimming in the water before the hookup. I also spooked quite a few fish in this video that I ran over and had no idea they were there despite how shallow it was.

This past weekend was refreshing: the weather was nice, the fishing was good, and the company was great. Raymond and I fish together fairly regularly since I moved back to Houston this past summer but we’ve missed one of the fishing trio that we grew accustomed to growing up. Since […]


Hackberry Hustler Review

I am a tackle junkie. I probably own close to one of almost every lure out on the market. When I first saw Texas Tackle Factory’s new lure the Hackberry Hustler I was not impressed. It looked similar to other lures on the market but with small modifications to an […]

I went down south to Corpus Christi, Texas this past weekend to hang out with the family, relax, and do a little fishing. I had a good time hanging out with some of my family that I don’t get to see very often because they have since moved away from […]


Tops, Tails, and Backs

Get your mind out of the gutter. When you read the title of this post you were probably thinking about something completely unrelated, but I was refering to catching redfish. This is a compilation of footage I took one morning out on the flats near Rockport, Texas. It includes three […]