Time to be creative

The winds are still blowing, and the small areas we have been able to access are starting to feel the pressure. When a lot of boats are forced into a small amount of water for an extended period of time, something’s got to give. We have begun to see a change in the...

Spring Winds a’Blowing

Spring is typically a windy time on the Texas coast, and this one has delivered in spades. Winds in the 20’s, 30’s, and even 40’s have been the norm rather than the exception. It does not make for the best boating conditions, but is necessary for fishing. Winds off...

They fell from the sky

This spring was tough, some days REALLY tough, and it began to look like it was going to be a hard year. Blame the freeze/fish kill, the high salinity, whatever, but fish were hard to find and tough to catch. Luckily in the last 3 weeks the Coastal Bend has received...

Spring is in the air

The winter of 2020-2021 started out with some epic fishing, especially wading with lures in December and January. Unfortunately, it ended with a devastating freeze and a major hit to our coastal fishery. The bad news is that a lot of fish died. The good news is that a...

Feeling Like Fall

The calendar says it’s mid-November, but the warm, beautiful days and light east winds are far more indicative of late September. The bays have begun to thin out, as hunters have traded their rods for rifles or decoys. The bait stands are teeming with live shrimp,...