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  • Red (redfish) Drum
    Description:  
    Guy right next to me catches this 30" red about 1:30 am on the east pier in Palacios, TX
    Bait:  
    Live shrimp under popping cork
  • Black Drum
    Description:  
    Perfect conditions for exploring in the yaks yesterday. Only 1 low tide (late afternoon) that also had a low coefficient meant that the marshes and bayous were on a steady and gentle drain for the 8 hours we were on the water. Cast netted shrimp and finger mullet for the popping cork and threw some arties. Fished marsh edges, current seams and oyster beds. Shifting winds to 10mph, 80*
    Bait:  
    DOA TerrorEyz. Revo Toro NaCl with 15lb Seaguar Kanzen fluorocarbon on a Shimano Crucial 7'11" med heavy fast rod.
  • Spotted (Speckled) Trout
    Description:  
    hit up the jetties at night with my new lights and generator & we caught 4 man limit between me my old man & my buddy's we killed them biggest being 24' smallest right on the dot. we easily caught over 60 specks with all the small ones we threw back. top water bite was awsome seen so many specks chasing it but would attack it. wish I could of tooken a pic of all 40 but it was late at night!
    Bait:  
    free lining live shrimp,top water, tandamed rigged, gulp under popping cork
  • Red (redfish) Drum
    Description:  
    hit up the same spot as last week to do some afternoon fishing & a little night fishing. before sundown threw some live bait & this 27' slot red saw my rod bending hard ran to it & this bad boy started fighting hard pulling drag like crazy.. had other good pulls on live mullet but no hook ups.. winds gusting 15+ dirty water due to more rain and windy conditions.. next week surf it is for trout lol
    Bait:  
    live finger mullet on Carolina rig. Shimano curado 200i on 7ft falcon bucco Rod
  • Black Drum
    Description:  
    headed out to visit my uncle out in San Leon last weekend did some bbq & fished after we ate hit up the where he usually goes & it was a success the bite got good after 5pm caught 2 black drums 22' biggest & speck 18' fished the beach part but nothing all fish were caught where all the oyster beds we're. Lil 2 no wind stained water nice Sunday no rain just sunshine. gonna hit it up sat with light
    Bait:  
    live shrimp on a jig head
  • Bonnethead Shark
    Description:  
    did the 4 hour family bay fishing trip. won the big fish pot with this 30" bonnet head. ate it for dinner too! 2014 old pic
    Bait:  
    scrimps
  • Black Drum
    Description:  
    came across this pic that I forgot I had the last time I caught a big ugly I used this syringe with a thick needle and sharp tip to go thru these tuff skins..my company has them for us to use but didn't buy it for work I bought it for this purpose works great for airing out the fish with no harm it airs them out completely plus needle is long so glad I got it since theirs many more to come 👍👌
    Bait:  
    shot needle from work lol
  • Spotted (Speckled) Trout
    Description:  
    Drifting in 3-4FOW & free lining large live shrimp. The trout were stacking up in big sand pockets surrounded by rocks & grass. Cast & let the shrimp do its thing before giving the chatter weight a few pops. I like to leave the bail open & lightly pinch the line to feel subtle strikes. They'd strike the shrimp a few times before taking off with it. Closed the bail, reeled my slack & set the hook.
    Bait:  
    Live Shrimp-Quantum Iron Spinning Reel-7ft Abu Garcia Volatile Rod Med. Action Fast-30lb Marine Blue PP Slick tied to Gold chatter weight & 2ft 20# Fluorocarbon Leader, split shot pegged 6" above 1/0 Gamakatsu shiner hook.
  • Red (redfish) Drum
    Description:  
    About time I caught my first red, and right before this fish I caught my first flounder. The whole day consisted of 10 reds (2 keepers), flounder and spotted trout. All fish where caught before, durning, and after the storm on Saturday, my biggest fish where caught on gulp and the rat reds where caught on live shad.
    Bait:  
    Gulp shrimp on a jig head
  • Spotted (Speckled) Trout
    Description:  
    it's time for specks under the lights! they hit this super spook jr, a pearl rat l trap w/red head, and gulp chartreuse swimming mullet. So top water was a fun challenge but the gulp bounced off the bottom produced more fish. this was in Palacios Tx on the pavilion pier, big black drum swimming near but didn't have the right bait for him
    Bait:  
    chartreuse super spook Jr "walking the dog"
  • Warsaw Grouper
    Description:  
    Neighbor went out 80 miles southeast of Surfside to some rigs. This was the beast of the day. Shot at 120 feet.
    Bait:  
    Spear
  • Black Fin Tuna
    Description:  
    My Father's Day gift from @swampmafia and his brother. Shimano Teramar Rod, Length 7'6, Line 8-17 lbs, Lure 1/4 - 3/4 oz, Power Medium Light, Action Fast. Model TMSX76M. Quantum Iron PT Reel, 6 Bearings, SCR aluminum body and side cover, Seated CSC ceramic, stainless steel and carbon drag system, Multi - layer corrosion protection finish, Titanium bail wire with magnetic bail trip.
    Bait:  
    Father's Day.