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It’s that time of year again when the water warms and the grasses start growing, filtering the water. The interior marsh goes from a milky mess to a sight fisherman’s paradise within only a couple weeks. The season starts around March with a few pockets here and there clearing up. As the grasses continues to […]
Although the big fish are still around they are few and far between. Because of this I like to turn my attention to some other species this time of year. When weather permits we are able to run out to the beaches. This sometimes gives us opportunities at Jacks and big reds. If it’s […]
The grasses are here and the water is beautiful. This time of year the fish are very active cruising banks, tailing and sometimes backing showing almost half their body. It’s a good time for all types of topwater action including Poppers, Topwater plugs, and even frogs. The variety of fish is also good with the possibility of […]
Headed out on my own to get some footage of these beasts swimming around and maybe sticking one or two. The weather was on and the fish were there. Here are some stills that I thought came out pretty sweet.
Had the pleasure of fishing with John and Gary these two days and with decent weather and decent tides we made our way to the big fish grounds. With dirty water pushed into the gras spotting fish was hard, even with the ability to see color. Gary had a great first day catching four fish […]
Although spring is not typically the big fish season we still have been able to target them. We have had great weather enabling us to run farther and fish each spot more thoroughly. Here is another addition to the Dirty Thirty club with Matt Scriven’s 31.5 lber.
Spring fishing is here. The grasses have grown high enough to filter the water and the slot fish are happily swimming around, some singles, some doubles, and some in schools of 10 or more. Spring fishing is a different game then big fish. Fly presentation is much more difficult when you have to compete with […]