A new week.

After spending a few days out of town it is time to get back in the game.  First it is off to Coleto Creek for some bass fishing today.  As I have just started to really learn to use the Strike King Swimming Jig I am looking forward to giving it a heavy workout today.

Tomorrow will be one of those get your stuff together days.  Need an estimate from the plumber, never a good thing, have to wash a dirty truck, and last but not least, rewire the Carolina Skiff’s trailer lights.  Then it will be back to the salt to re-energize after my lousy trip last week.

One of the ongoing struggles when you fish saltwater is the tail lights.  It seems every so often you have to work on them, but it is time to put the high dollar LED lights on.  I replaced the ones on the Mako LTS last year and have had no problems since.  So when I do it tomorrow it will be a complete rewire, and hopefully that will be the end of it.

And I did want to show you a nice bass my brother Jeff caught out of his small lake in College Station last week.  I have fished that lake a few times, and when they are biting it is a great little lake.  And he loves it that he can get home from work, and run down and catch a few from the bank.  His biggest out of it has been 8lbs 10oz., a good fish anywhere.

Not sure how big – but it will do!

And last but not least, thanks for reading my stuff.  There are changes coming, and it will include a  revamping of the site so it will be a little more organized as the amount of content grows.  We are getting listed in more places, looking at some potential affiliations with companies, and just generally having the kind of growing pains associated with fast growth.  So stay with us, we are striving to keep it someplace you can learn and enjoy.  So again thanks, and keep those comments coming.  And if you have a picture, or a story you want to share send it our way.

Good Luck and Tight Lines!

About Redfishlaw

I am a retired attorney who just loves to fish. I was a freshwater guide for about 20 years and now have moved to the salt. I am not the greatest fisherman, but I am committed. So if you love fishing, and want to learn what little I have to offer, stop by anytime.
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