Spring Fling

It would seem as though the cold is behind us, and last week’s spring break seemed to be the deal breaker for Old Man Winter. The early part of the week saw cold mornings and winter fishing patterns, but by week’s end the warm water and humid air definitely had the...

It’s Fall, Y’all!

So the afternoon temperatures are still approaching 100 degrees every day…and the water still hits 87 degrees every day…the sunscreen booth is still front and center at the H-E-B…but it’s fall in the coastal bend! It may not seem like it, but the signs are in place....

No word but hot

On June 18th, a high pressure system settled over central Texas and brought about the hottest (and possibly windiest) July on record. Temps approached 100 every day, and low tides and screaming southwest winds certainly did not help. The water got hot, the fish got...

Options are a good thing

Spring is winding down, and summer is just starting to heat up. Most years, transitions like these make fish hard to keep track of as their routines are changing daily along with their appetite. However this year we are in the midst of a phenomenal migration of...

Red Hot Winter

An unseasonably warm November, December, and start to 2023 has made for some terrific days on the water and some great action for reds, trout, and drum alike. Air temperatures in the low 80s and water in the low to mid-60s has kept schools of fish hungry and active....

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...