I found this cool shot after looking through some of the photos I took a couple of weeks ago. You can actually see the redfish’s eye fixed on the fleeing shrimp. Click on the image to enlarge.

Fishing around a full moon has always given me fits. Couple that with the recent heat wave blasting Texas and you will soon understand why fishing the marsh under the moonlight sounded like a good idea. What I have learned over the years fishing around a full moon is that […]

I bought some Clear Cure Goo from Fishing Tackle Unlimited over the weekend and played around with it a little over the last few days while the weather was poor. I used CCG for three completely different applications (pictured below): cover wraps, make shrimp eyes, and create an epoxy body. […]


Adieu to Fall

The advent of winter sparks change to the coastal bays and estuaries. The fall patterns of fish relating to shallow water, under the birds, or in the marsh become less reliable as their metabolism slows down and food becomes scarce. As a result fish feed less regularly compared to the […]

If effort equates to results yesterday would have been a day of epic proportions. Yesterday was a marathon, literally. I fished the marsh in excellent conditions: strong outgoing tide, light winds, and an abundance of bait. I was out on the water chunking and twitching a topwater well before sunrise. […]


Herd Of Cattle

Here’s the video I promised from footage I filmed on Saturday morning. Greg and I were chasing a school of redfish down the shoreline. I got ahead of the school on the shoreline and tried to intercept the school. The whole school swam right by me and one of the […]

Greg and I went fishing yesterday morning with hopes that fall fishing was in full swing and the redfish were in an agressive feeding mode. We arrived at our location before first light and were greeted with light north winds. We starting drifting shell over shell in 2′ of water […]