As anglers were subject to the constraints of the tyrant named Mother Nature. She does what she pleases. We’re merely hostages to her moody behavior. Every now and then she’ll smile down and grant us passage on a picturesque day. On rare occasions she’ll string two or more blissful days […]

If you ever wondered what the offspring would look like if you crossbred a kayak and a jet ski your imagination has come to fruition. The Surfango looks just like any another kayak, but didn’t your mama tell you never to judge a book by its cover? The Surfango is […]

Over the weekend I fished with Robby owner of a world’s fastest kayak. He and I spoke for over a year about fishing together. From our talks he knew I liked to fish remote marshes, so he figured his jet powered kayak would be the perfect vehicle to get us […]


Double the Fun

Got bored with catching redfish one at a time so I decided to double the fun. Fishing’s been good…real good lately. I was throwing TTF’s new Killer-Bilt rod and TTF Shiney Hiney in gold with a brown shrimp trailer on my baitcaster. On the fly rod I was throwing a […]

At first glance the muddy flats of the Upper Texas Coast aren’t exactly enticing to a sight fisherman. Let’s not kid ourselves these aren’t the pristine flats of Andros, Belize, The Keys, or even the Lower Coast. Our marshes are unwadeable. That is, unless you enjoy trekking through waist-deep mud. […]

The fishing has been good on the Upper Texas Coast when I have been able to get out between the storms that have been rolling through from the Gulf. I’ve got rained-out a few times lately, but I’m not complaining because we need the rain. Especially after the historic drought […]

I had the pleasure to spend the extended Memorial Day weekend down south with friends. The Lower Laguna is on my short list favorite places to fish, but I have a love/hate relationship with the area. The water is clear, the fish are plentiful, but the conditions are always unpredictable, […]


37th Annual Houston Fishing Show: Feb. 29 – Mar. 4

The annual Houston Fishing Show at the George R. Brown Convention Center starts today and is running through the weekend. There will be guides, tackle retailers and manufacturers, boats, seminars, and much more. If you’ve never been to the show it’s worth your time and money to get out there […]

Trout fishing has been inconsistent as of late. The unseasonably warm winter has made it tough to pattern trout in their usual winter haunts. Only a few trout landed over the last few trips, but mostly solid fish. Despite the slow trout fishing the redfish bite has been great in […]


The Next Bend

Here’s my latest film. All footage was shot at various locations on the Middle and Upper Texas Coast over this past summer and fall. Comment, like, share, enjoy. Also posted on youtube for the people having trouble viewing it on vimeo…