​The sight casting day started off a little questionable, with the much needed rain in the area. We started off drifting the grass flats throwing hunch backs and black spoons. 

Around 9:30 storms died along with the wind, the sun came out and we got the chance to chase one small school. Then we set up the tower and right away had reds on the surface wanting our DSL victorious secret and white ice super models. Even managed to pitch to a pair of black bass, and one took it!

Give us shout for available dates August-October.


​The reds didn’t want to play at first light this morning. We watched a few fish come from the deep, and once they were in range wanted nothing to do with us. After a couple hours of waiting them out, to see if their attitudes would change, we decided to move onto new waters.

Luckily our new area had 2 small schools of reds feeding aggressively. We managed a few double hook ups, and lost a couple before calling it a day.

DSL’s victorious secret super model and FINS windtamer 20# braid got the job done. The weather looks good in the extended forecast, if you don’t care to wade come try your hand at sight casting. Plenty of dates available in Sept/Oct.


Fun way to start the morning!


​Been awhile since we’ve had a day like today, and I know it’s a sign of good things to come in the Fall.

Had several trout in the 3-5# range today, and one personal best being set at 26” and 6#. Today all are fish were found in knee to thigh deep water along windward banks. We caught trout and reds on a variety of baits from topwaters, DSL watermelon, dirty tequila, and Mirrolure soft plastics.

All our fish were released to fight another day, gotta thank my customers for that. It was a very enjoyable laid back day on the water.

Give us a shout, and let’s go fishin’!


​Good day of wade fishin’!
Hopefully the water level stays up and normal. It’s already proven to bring better trout and redfish action.

Knee to thigh deep sand/shell/grass. Throwing DSL’s victorious secret and strawberry wine. Had a small topwater bite until the sun came up past the morning clouds.