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Mike is Back for Seconds

After coming in during early December and just spanking them, Mike literally couldn’t wait to come back. Day one was bad weather, we had some shots but not many. Day 2 was a totally different story. Within about 2 minutes of turning the engine off we spot a big fish laid up on a bar. Mike made one cast short then the second perfect. Made the day in about a total of 20 min. But the rest of the day was also good, after the 20 lber we actually got into big schools of fish 10-12 range. Day 3 weather was horrible! 30 mph wind and zero sun. Luckily for us I figured the trout bite would be on with the warm water and it certainly was. We spent the whole nasty day catching little 2-3 lb trout on topwater. That is what I call making lemonade.

 

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Warm Winter Redfish

After catching plenty of little fish Chuck got a hook into this big fish.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With some really strong wins we made the day by landing this 42 lb monster that was taunting us with his tail.

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New Year, Same Big Redfish

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Start it off with a quick duck hunt I had on a bad weather day. Roll Tide.

 

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Summer Temps Lead to Winter Fish

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I had Will and Andrew from Chicago on the boat this weekend.  Mother nature dealt us a hand we could not help but take advantage of.  Got on the water to calm winds and temps running in the mid 70′s.  Luckily for us the red fish were as happy as we were about the warmer temps and they were floating high and showing off!  Will and Andrew are both excellent fly casters and they were able to lock in on some massive reds and capitalize with some accurate shots to hungry fish.  Sunday’s temps were similar and resulted in the same experience except that Andrew hooked and landed a red fish of a lifetime.  After a 10 minute fight I snatched this slob of a red that went just shy of 30 pounds on the boga!  All in all a great weekend of fishing that boated 4 fish over 20 pounds!

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Winter Bull Reds in Summer Temperatures

The weather has been extremely warm for November but this isn’t stopping giant fish from moving into the shallows. Here are just a few of the 20+lb fish we caught last week.