Category Archives: Fishing Reports

Port O’Connor – angry birds.

My friend Chris called and wanted to hit POC for the day so we decided to hit it early.  His significant other ordered up some fish for a fish fry, so the pressure was on.  Our initial plan was to more »

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Indianola and Powderhorn Lake – early morning wade. 4/8/2012.

I am not really that big on fishing the weekends, especially the holidays.  I prefer to let the folks have them who can’t fish during the week, 1 less truck and trailer at the ramp adding to the confusion.  But more »

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Port O’Connor, Texas. Popping Cork and Wade Fishing.

Wednesday 4/4/2012 I was lucky enough to get to fish 2 days in POC this Wednesday and Thursday.  Thursday I headed out by myself with the intention of catching a few redfish and then some trout.  The day dawned calm, and more »

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Fayette County – another good day to be fishing.

My brother Jeff called Tuesday night and asked if I wanted to meet him at Fayette County Lake the next morning.  Of course I said yes.  For those of you that do not know, Fayette is a power plant lake more »

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Tilapia and some bass.

My friend Aaron has a new job and is headed back to east Texas so we thought we would get in one more day of it before he heads out.  After whacking them on the Strike King Swimming Jig the more »

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2 days on the coast – it ain’t always easy.

Sorry I have not posted lately, but did manage a couple of days on the coast  Wednesday and Thursday.  Like the title of this post suggests, sometimes it just ain’t easy. After a good run the last few months I more »

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Redfish on Spinnerbait – a fun day.

I woke up this morning to nice leisurely 25 mph wind out of the southeast.  Since plans were made it was off to Keller Bay.  It was one of those days when just calling it a day, and crawling back more »

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Coleto Creek – a good bass fishing report and a new method for me.

I got the chance to fish with Aaron again today, this time on Coleto Creek.  He likes to hit it early like I do, so we met at the ramp at daylight, and were the first ones to hit the more »

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Port O’Connor – slow day with a nice finish on the trout.

I got to fish a day with one of my readers, Todd Martin out of Austin.  He was a good guy who has just really got back into fishing after a few years of not getting to go much.  It more »

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Amistad – nothing like a little wind to make a bass fishing trip fun.

First of all I told you all that I would try to blog from Amistad this week.  Of course I was fooling myself.  We were up at dawn and back at dark.  Except for one afternoon, we were the first more »

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