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Old 01-20-2022, 12:05 PM   #101
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I thought there was no more trout tpwd is fixing to more to a 3 fish limit
I don't think anyone ever said there were no trout but the numbers are for sure quite a bit lower than before the freeze.
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Old 01-20-2022, 01:58 PM   #102
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Solid stringer!!!

I got up late today and fished about 2 hours. Took the kayak out to a muddy bay. Peddled into the wind and drifted back across a couple mud/ shell flats. Got skunked.

Got soaked peddling into the wind. But it made it easy to get on the way out. Pretty much drifted to my truck.

I laughed when I read this and saw your handle. At least you were after them bud!


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My fishing buddy (youngest son Dax) got away from the offshore boat and we had a good day in the LLM. Yesterday. Pre-front. Bite was really on about 1pm. Kept a few 20-23 for dinner, 1 flounder and one drum. It's Corky time.
Yeah buddy!! Wowsers!
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Old 01-20-2022, 09:32 PM   #104
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had a great trip to port mansfield. Sunday afternoon was a bit of a grind, but we found about 20 or so good reds in the skinny stuff, no trout.
Monday was on fire! Caught and released over 100 fish between 4 of us. Mostly redfish with a few good trout scattered in.



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My fishing buddy (youngest son Dax) got away from the offshore boat and we had a good day in the LLM. Yesterday. Pre-front. Bite was really on about 1pm. Kept a few 20-23 for dinner, 1 flounder and one drum. It's Corky time.
Congrats to Dax! Beautiful fish!
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Old 01-23-2022, 07:28 AM   #106
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Old 01-23-2022, 09:29 PM   #107
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Yes you are. Nice work.
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Old 01-26-2022, 09:27 AM   #108
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Finally bought a skinny water boat. Went in halvsies with a friend. Its a solid boat with lots of upgrades. The engine is on the older side but has been well maintained. New lower unit. Extended deck, new upholstery, I-pilot trolling motor, Lowrence nav with large screen. it's a 2002 Bay Sport 19'. Looking forward to a trip soon.

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Good looking boat Chris!
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Old 01-26-2022, 11:04 AM   #110
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I had a 19' Shoalwater like that and a 22' Shoalwater tunnel v for a long time. They were good boats and were pretty versatile. My advice is take it slow learning that hull. The stories about them swapping ends are very true. When you go to make a hard turn be sure you trim it way down, slow down and get the hull down in the water good before you start your turn. You want the bow in contact with the water before you start a hard turn.
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Old 01-26-2022, 11:34 AM   #111
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Glenn beat me to it, the a** end will jump around on that rig real quick & throw everyone in the water. Be sure to run with jack plate lowered at higher speeds.
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Finally bought a skinny water boat. Went in halvsies with a friend. Its a solid boat with lots of upgrades. The engine is on the older side but has been well maintained. New lower unit. Extended deck, new upholstery, I-pilot trolling motor, Lowrence nav with large screen. it's a 2002 Bay Sport 19'. Looking forward to a trip soon.

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Congrats on the boat.

Be careful turning so it doesnít swap ends.


I may be wrong, but that might be a ficht outboard so keep a close eye on it they have been known to have problems.


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Old 01-26-2022, 11:59 AM   #113
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Congrats on the boat.

Be careful turning so it doesn’t swap ends.


I may be wrong, but that might be a ficht outboard so keep a close eye on it they have been known to have problems.


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If it's carburated it's not a ficht. A ficht motor will also have F as the first letter in the model number. The problems with the ficht were only with the v6 version but hardly anybody will work on any ficht motor anymore.

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If it's carburated it's not a ficht. A ficht motor will also have F as the first letter in the model number. The problems with the ficht were only with the version but hardly anybody will work on any ficht motor anymore.

Thanks. I just want him to know. There is nothing more frustrating than a broke down boat motor.


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Old 01-26-2022, 12:46 PM   #115
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Good looking boat. That should get em.
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Thanks. I just want him to know. There is nothing more frustrating than a broke down boat motor.


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It's not a ficht, wrong cowling. Plus it was the late 90's models that were the problem motors. Like 98-99 and mainly the 175 hp.
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It's not a ficht, wrong cowling.

Thatís a blessing.


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Old 01-26-2022, 08:28 PM   #118
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I'd look at it like this, if it was a ficht it has survived 20 years so it probably didn't have a problem. But then... it's a 20 year old outboard and any 20 year old outboard is living on borrowed time. Get all the good out of it you can and be ready to repower when needed.
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:13 AM   #119
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It looks like the temporary trout limit from FM 457 in Sargent south passed. No implementation date mentioned.
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:32 AM   #120
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It looks like the temporary trout limit from FM 457 in Sargent south passed. No implementation date mentioned.
No surprise there.
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:43 AM   #121
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Taking my canoe to chase reds down in Port A or Corpus on Saturday. Hoping the skinny access backwaters are decent right now. Debating on bringing the shotgun juuuuust in case.
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:58 AM   #123
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It looks like the temporary trout limit from FM 457 in Sargent south passed. No implementation date mentioned.
Ugh, be lucky if that ever comes back to 5.
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Old 01-27-2022, 11:08 AM   #124
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Ugh, be lucky if that ever comes back to 5.
I think it will go back to 5. It's got a sunset on it. I think it would be a whole lot harder for them to make a permanent change. I think people supported it heavily because it is temporary, I do not think they would get the same support for a permanent change.
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Old 01-27-2022, 11:24 AM   #125
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I think it will go back to 5. It's got a sunset on it. I think it would be a whole lot harder for them to make a permanent change. I think people supported it heavily because it is temporary, I do not think they would get the same support for a permanent change.
CCA doesnít need support to pass their agenda.......temporary is the beginning of permanent
I hope not for your sake Glenn
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CCA doesnít need support to pass their agenda.......temporary is the beginning of permanent
I hope not for your sake Glenn
agreed.

Has anyone ever looked up the 'background' of the TPWD commissioners?

Its quite comical really. I think ONE has any studies of anything remotely close to wildlife. Theyre all appointed so its not like thats going to change anytime soon.
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It looks like the temporary trout limit from FM 457 in Sargent south passed. No implementation date mentioned.

What I read said it would be in effect before the temporary orders expire
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Old 01-27-2022, 12:33 PM   #128
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Folks will still want to get out and fish no matter what the limit is. It's more about the experience and time with friends and family for most people. It will have an effect and on some guides more than others. I am not worried about it.

Let's be real honest, you have not been able to equate the cost of the game to the bags of fillets in a very long time. Average joe folks are rolling up to the ramp with $80k boats being pulled by $70k trucks and they fish 20 times a year or less. You can't make that come out no matter how good of a fisherman you are. It only ends up being worth it because there is more to fishing than just pounds of fillets. I do not see most people not fishing over a limit reduction.
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Old 01-27-2022, 12:55 PM   #129
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Folks will still want to get out and fish no matter what the limit is. It's more about the experience and time with friends and family for most people. It will have an effect and on some guides more than others. I am not worried about it.

Let's be real honest, you have not been able to equate the cost of the game to the bags of fillets in a very long time. Average joe folks are rolling up to the ramp with $80k boats being pulled by $70k trucks and they fish 20 times a year or less. You can't make that come out no matter how good of a fisherman you are. It only ends up being worth it because there is more to fishing than just pounds of fillets. I do not see most people not fishing over a limit reduction.
I could see that with your customer base etc. The problem lies with recreational guys that have their own boats and fish themselves 99% of the time. We don't hurt the resource at all, its been proven over and over rod and reel are minimal factors in declining fish populations. I don't see them lifting this at the end of the sunset. They will fudge numbers and say we need more money to figure out why its not like it should be. Not sure I trust any of the so called science behind anything anymore. The numbers are too easy to fudge so they can get more money to "study" further. I hope you are right and I'm wrong though. I'm guessing the pressure will switch to galveston and sabine. They will be next on the chopping block.
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Old 01-27-2022, 01:32 PM   #130
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I really think the limit will go back where it was. The fish numbers will bounce back up over the next two years. I don't think this is some big conspiracy.

I'm not sure I follow your line of thought on TPWD benefitting from this. How does TPWD make more money by cutting limits? How do they get paid more to do additional studies? Who is paying them more?
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Old 01-27-2022, 01:47 PM   #131
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Grant Money (ppls pockets lined). There is a lot of shady stuff that goes on in the wildlife sciences, its not all about the wildlife. Who knows, I just wish they would put the money and effort into habitat (marsh) restoration, passes, cutting commercial oyster fishing significantly versus cutting limits. The fish would be way better off in the long run. Good luck to everyone, go get some fish while you can keep a few.
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I tried Monday. Water temps were around 50. Did scratch out a handful of trout but they almost felt like weeds on the bite. It was slow going. Bad fisherman I guess. All fish were on drains leading into the ICW
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Old 01-27-2022, 04:59 PM   #133
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That classic winter trout bite.
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That classic winter trout bite.
We call it the wet sock bite. Fish till you feel a wet sock and snap the rod tip

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One more weekend at deer camp, boat is back from the shop after getting rewired. I’m ready to go. At least people won’t be able to kill the big girls for a while.
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Anybody fishing the Freeze Out today and tomorrow in POC?

Good luck to all.
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Those guys that fish that freeze out have a screen loose.




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Definitely some tough conditions to start the morning off.
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A few of us hearty souls will be there. The voices in my head don't stop for weather haha.
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Anybody fishing the Freeze Out today and tomorrow in POC?

Good luck to all.
I assume that's a tourny? I can't even go down in the middle of winter and avoid a tourny? LOL... Heading down tomorrow to check on camp and run out all the hibernating snakes and skunks after deer season, hope camp's still there.
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I didn't know y'all were talking about a tournament. I'm just going fishing.
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I didn't know y'all were talking about a tournament. I'm just going fishing.

Every year they have the freeze out tournament in POC.

The saltwater legends is in matagorda in February. Iíd steer clear of that weekend too.


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The saltwater legends is in matagorda in February. Iíd steer clear of that weekend too.


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I'm with y'all. I have zero interest in fishing tournaments. When even a little money's involved somebody's going to cheat. No thanks.
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I'm with y'all. I have zero interest in fishing tournaments. When even a little money's involved somebody's going to cheat. No thanks.
...and everybody loses their manners.
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Old 01-29-2022, 08:12 PM   #147
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Didn't get out, had to stay home with a sick wife. Painted lures instead. Hope somebody got em.
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Didn't get out, had to stay home with a sick wife. Painted lures instead. Hope somebody got em.
I picked up a last minute afternoon trip today. I had some duck hunters call who wanted to fish this afternoon after their hunt and we made a quick trip. We drifted shell with gulps under corks and wore the redfish smooth out. They limited quick and caught and released a bunch of fish after that. It was real good. The guys I talked to who fished this morning said the bite was slow all morning but they caught a few fish mid-day. We left the dock at 2 and from 3-4:30 it was pretty much non-stop redfish action. Then we left the reds to go find trout and pretty much struck out on trout, caught 2. Reds were caught over shell in 4' of water. Water temp was 52 degrees and we had a good incoming tide and the water was green with sandy streaks. Pretty good afternoon.
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Thanks Glen for the report

Took the kid down the street from me in Sargent kayak fishing today. He's a great kid, polite, well mannered and a joy to be with. I've been making him lures for awile, he's ate up with fishing. Now he's got bragging rights forever. Made my day.
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