5/14/19

Great topwater action today with good friend and customer ‘ol Sully Bob! All our fish were released to fight another day.

Solid trout today from 3-5#’s and a couple of nice reds. Most fish were found in knee to crotch deep grass/sand beds

Folks, we still have some June dates, and plenty of availability in July/August to get in on the fun. 

5/1/19

​Folks, if your not booked with us in Seadrift for May or June, don’t wait any longer. Dont’t miss your chance at some great topwater action. 

Tophy size fish were found over knee deep grass beds, all our fished were releasedto fight another day. It was two guide buddies just having fun.

Fishing in these gin clear water areas a couple things need to be done different than normal wades to have success. In my opinion, cloud cover is a major help, it covers our shadows and dampens noise. But, for what we have control over is our speed at which we walk, and long cast. Walking should be done at turtle speed and casting to the end of your spool is a big advantage. These big fish will always keep you at a safe distance, and making long cast puts you in the strike zone longer.

5/13/19

Down South Lures strawberry wine super model, FINS Braid 40# windtamer, and a Waterloo 6'9" hp slam mag.  I love that strawberry wine in sandy green water!

5/5/19

Great day sight casting reds in Seadrift, TX. ESE winds 5-15, very few clouds, clean water and some hungry reds. 

Most of the fish were found at the mouth of creeks, or laying on the tops of sandbars just inside the creeks. DSL watermelon was the bait they couldn’t resist, on a 1/4oz Owner Cutting Point jig head. 

With normal tides, redfish numbers look like they are growing in the marsh. If wade fishing isn’t for you, lets spend the day sight casting fish.