Fall is Here! As the first cold front just hit the Texas Coast this week. Fall is the best time of the year to fly fish for redfish in Galveston. October and November are the two best months of the year in the Galveston area. Cooler temps are a welcomed change […]
It’s been a while. Where did I leave off? Oh ya, I left off in late August. After spending a week in the Louisiana marsh as an instructor for Outdoor Texas Camps I had a few weeks off before I would be leaving for Florida in the middle of September. […]
Ever since I was a little boy I had an innate appetite to see the world. As much as I enjoy fishing my home waters of the Upper Texas Coast I often grow tired fishing familiar venues. Periodically, I feel the urge to get away even if that entails stepping […]
I often wonder what it would have been like to be born before the advent of modern civilization. A time before pollution, homes, shopping centers and high-rises swallowed our unobstructed view of the natural landscape around us. Back when the only lights to illuminate the sky were the sun, moon […]
A few shots from a fireworks display over Salt Lake in Rockport, Texas last Saturday evening.
Short, shaky footage from the tarpon I landed earlier this week.
Forgive my lack of posting activity lately. I’ve been on the road and water a lot lately, but I haven’t had much time to post about any of my adventures. That will change very soon. I have a lot of content coming down the pipe. Until then I’ll leave you […]
The cast, along with several new additions, is back for round two of our annual trek down the barren beach that is Padre Island National Seashore. Our group consists of a colorful cast of characters who traveled from all over the state in search of fish, comradery and adventure. Share, […]
Here’s a couple of photos I shot over the weekend while in Rockport. Rob, a buddy, casting his new fly rod off the end of a pier.