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Old 01-30-2022, 08:43 PM   #151
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Old 01-30-2022, 09:55 PM   #152
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Man I’m ready to get back to Rockport, haven’t been back since September 26! Few more javelina archery hunts (10 more), one more month of working dogs on a few MLD deer, knee surgery and it’s on. Hope my RV is still there…


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Old 01-30-2022, 10:20 PM   #153
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Awesome job Kevin!
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Old 01-30-2022, 10:22 PM   #154
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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.
A BIG Thumbs up for you! Thanks for helping get our youth into fishing!

Congrats to the Young Man Too!!
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Old 01-31-2022, 09:16 AM   #155
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No pics this time. Just a report. I didn't make it out. However, my youngest Dax and a couple of his buddies overnighted Saturday night in a cabin in LLM (that is Lower Laguna Madre for those that may not be familiar with the area). Saturday afternoon they caught 45 keeper trout (only kept a couple for dinner). He said most were 20 ish. Caught 6 that were 25-27. Sunday morning they caught 27 keepers. About the same ration on size. Didn't catch any huge sows but he said the bite was above average. All trout. They snagged a few rat reds, but were targeting trout. He said he had photos on one of his buddies phone but the phone went into the drink. So that is that.
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Old 01-31-2022, 09:33 AM   #156
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No pics this time. Just a report. I didn't make it out. However, my youngest Dax and a couple of his buddies overnighted Saturday night in a cabin in LLM (that is Lower Laguna Madre for those that may not be familiar with the area). Saturday afternoon they caught 45 keeper trout (only kept a couple for dinner). He said most were 20 ish. Caught 6 that were 25-27. Sunday morning they caught 27 keepers. About the same ration on size. Didn't catch any huge sows but he said the bite was above average. All trout. They snagged a few rat reds, but were targeting trout. He said he had photos on one of his buddies phone but the phone went into the drink. So that is that.
In my experience, if you’re catching rat reds in a big trout area, the big trout are nearby…they’re just not feeding yet.
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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.
Great Job Kevin!!
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Old 01-31-2022, 10:04 AM   #158
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Fishing SZN

Threw a lure for an hour at frozen point in the sun - NADA
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Old 01-31-2022, 10:06 AM   #159
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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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Old 02-08-2022, 11:09 AM   #160
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I am a little late on the post. I could not get down there, but Dax fished LLM after the front on Sunday. Had a good day on trout. Said they had plenty of action on 25-27 inch trout. The arm extension cracks me up. No big sows though. Here are some photos he sent:
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Congrats to Dax!
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Old 02-08-2022, 02:18 PM   #162
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Hella nice coloring on the bottom trout
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Old 02-08-2022, 02:23 PM   #163
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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.
That is great!!
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Old 02-08-2022, 09:47 PM   #164
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That is great!!
Thanks.
Those are some nice fish.
I snuck out of work and kayaked my flat. Zero tide movement this afternoon equaled zero reds for me. Didn't see any signs, it was dead water. Oh well.
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Old 02-09-2022, 07:17 PM   #165
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A little off topic but I thought I'd post a rigging tip. I fish a lot of shallow back lakes and bayous that have a lot of oyster shell and grass. I use a 4/0 weighted swim bait hook with a twist wire. It rarely gets hung up and comes out pretty easy when it gets stuck. I'm sure it's not new to most on here but I've been asked a few times by friends so I thought I'd show a picture.
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A little off topic but I thought I'd post a rigging tip. I fish a lot of shallow back lakes and bayous that have a lot of oyster shell and grass. I use a 4/0 weighted swim bait hook with a twist wire. It rarely gets hung up and comes out pretty easy when it gets stuck. I'm sure it's not new to most on here but I've been asked a few times by friends so I thought I'd show a picture.

Thanks for the tip! Always Appreciated!
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Old 02-09-2022, 07:54 PM   #167
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Old 02-09-2022, 08:51 PM   #168
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My son Grant and his buddies Ryan and Kevin caught this Warsaw today offshore
Estimate weight 70 to 80lbs. They were stoked to say the least
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A little off topic but I thought I'd post a rigging tip. I fish a lot of shallow back lakes and bayous that have a lot of oyster shell and grass. I use a 4/0 weighted swim bait hook with a twist wire. It rarely gets hung up and comes out pretty easy when it gets stuck. I'm sure it's not new to most on here but I've been asked a few times by friends so I thought I'd show a picture.
Nice will add these to the arsenal
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A little off topic but I thought I'd post a rigging tip. I fish a lot of shallow back lakes and bayous that have a lot of oyster shell and grass. I use a 4/0 weighted swim bait hook with a twist wire. It rarely gets hung up and comes out pretty easy when it gets stuck. I'm sure it's not new to most on here but I've been asked a few times by friends so I thought I'd show a picture.
Kevin, that's similar to how I rig the GrassWalkers when I fish them in a lot of grass. I find though that if the screw lock is screwed up until it starts to bury the hook into the head of the lure and bring the hook out and just barely reinsert the tip back into the lure they will shed grass much better and still catch just as good... Got another little trick using a barrel cork that I use when fishing bad floating grass or bottom growing grass that works pretty well too. I'll show you this Spring when I finally get to fish again!!
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Old 02-10-2022, 11:10 AM   #171
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Yes sir that helps a lot with the grass. The Trout Support GrassWalker is a great trout (and bass) lure for me this time of year too.
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Old 02-10-2022, 12:01 PM   #172
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There ain't no tellin' how many redfish I've caught on 'em at the Chandeleur's since Toby came out with them!! And Yes, they're good BIG trout lures especially for cold weather fishin when you'd use Corky's... Corky's n grass are no bueno...
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Old 02-14-2022, 04:11 PM   #173
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Just move'n this one up the list a little. I had a hard time finding it, and i aint real good at automatically following threads. We seem to be a little behind this year in new posts which keeps the thread easy to locate. Doesnt seem to be a problemwith the perch fisherman. That one is always up front. I don't think it makes much sense to post a nonsense thread just to move it up, but I am.
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Old 02-14-2022, 04:25 PM   #174
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Yep time for this thread to start gaining more steam.
We finally got out after hunting season came to a wrap but didn't have time to fish.
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Old 02-14-2022, 04:27 PM   #175
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Took the wife to the ditch and caught trout and she fed the dolphins. Most were undersize but none survived. Probably fed them 25 or so when she got tired of feeding them headed home. Water is cold and blown out
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Old 02-15-2022, 08:24 PM   #176
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Back after Christmas I ordered a custom rod after a few weeks of going back and forth on brand, model, color scheme and grips. Once I finally made a decision waterloo built the rod and had it to me within 3 weeks. Once I got the rod it exceeded my expectations and then I started reel shopping. Once again my indecisiveness took ahold, but today I finally made my final decision on a reel. Although not the most expensive of the Reels I looked at, the lews ended up being the lightest and smoothest so it got the nod. Here is my new #1 setup. 6’6” custom waterloo carbon mag medium with extra fast tip.

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Old 02-15-2022, 08:34 PM   #177
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Old 02-15-2022, 09:58 PM   #178
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Nice!!!

Trying to figure out a way not to get hounded, but what length and action is your rod?

Been thinking about getting the wife one of those Carbon Mags.
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Lol I read pounded, even better.
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Nice!!!

Trying to figure out a way not to get hounded, but what length and action is your rod?

Been thinking about getting the wife one of those Carbon Mags.

6’6” medium with a extra fast tip. That’s what she said.


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Old 02-16-2022, 10:23 AM   #182
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Took the wife to the ditch and caught trout and she fed the dolphins. Most were undersize but none survived. Probably fed them 25 or so when she got tired of feeding them headed home. Water is cold and blown out
I don't follow. She fed the trout to the dolphins on purpose?
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Old 02-16-2022, 10:38 AM   #183
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Dang that is a nice setup. I would love that rod with the orange for the Concept SLD I just picked up.
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I don't follow. She fed the trout to the dolphins on purpose?
You don't really have an option. They will stay right with you and anything you release gets eaten.
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Old 02-16-2022, 12:03 PM   #185
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That's a pretty fine gaftop rig Mayhem.
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Old 02-16-2022, 12:07 PM   #186
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You don't really have an option. They will stay right with you and anything you release gets eaten.
lol yep, we've tried faking one side and launching the fish as far as we could throw them and they still catch on and get them. Only option is to move spots or break out the 50 cal.
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Old 02-16-2022, 01:12 PM   #187
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You just think you would hear about an accidental hookup with a porpoise from time to time, but in all my years on the water I know of zero people.
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Dang that is a nice setup. I would love that rod with the orange for the Concept SLD I just picked up.

I was going to do the concept Z2, but decided otherwise. If I ended up not liking the lews I might go back that route.


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You just think you would hear about an accidental hookup with a porpoise from time to time, but in all my years on the water I know of zero people.
We had one wihile fishing under lights off a barge out of Mansfield. Didn't last but a couple of seconds and the drag sounded like a police siren.
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You just think you would hear about an accidental hookup with a porpoise from time to time, but in all my years on the water I know of zero people.
I had a customer hook one a few years ago. We were fishing a marsh drain on a really hard pumping, 20-30 mph north wind day. When I say the water was muddy you could have tracked a coon in it. There was a group of dolphins really working that drain where it emptied into the ICW. I pulled in there and set them up fishing cut mullet on bottom just letting it drift out of the drain with the current and there were a bunch of redfish stacked in the iCW eating whatever was washing out of there. I am sure the dolphins were probably eating the reds. We caught several reds and all of a sudden one of the guys hooks up and that spinning reel screamed like I have never heard a spinning reel scream. The reel had about 150 yards of 30# braid on it and that dolphin emptied the reel in a few seconds. It absolutely smoked that reel's drag. I knew immediately what he had hooked and I got to him and grabbed the reel spool and broke the dolphin off with about 10 yards of line left. And I mean this all happened in a very few seconds. The dolphin then started jumping real high over and over and slamming down on it's side. There was a whole group of dolphins working the ICW around that drain and when the one he hooked started doing all that jumping and thrashing they all took off with it and headed on down the ICW. I think the only reason he hooked that sucker was the water was just so muddy the dolphin couldn't see the hook.
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My youngest son buried a jig hook (fishing a DSL) in one's dorsal a few summers back. Man that thing erupted and tailwalked like a marlin. It was smoking his baitcaster. Lucky for my son the hook pulled free before he was spooled.
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My dad was pulling a fish in this last summer and had it taken by a dolphin, bent the pole and snapped the line before we knew what happened.

As far as I could tell they were smart enough not to eat a fish while we were reeling it in (the exception above was that it was a ladyfish and my dad had it partially out of the water but not in the boat so it wouldn't make a mess and when he bent down to get some pliers it was in the water enough for them to think we were tossing it back) They also seemed to completely ignore catfish that we tossed back.
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Yep. I have an area I fish where every trout caught gets killed. Either you throw it in box or dolphins eat it. There is no way around it. They are beside the boat when you catch a fish. I guess they feel the head shake. Wife just likes to hand them to the dolphins. They will take them out of your hand. Tried throwing them- different sides of boat- up by shoreline- they eat them all. Just gave up and hand them over now
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Somebody needs to tell them dolphins they can only have three trout now, then they have to start eating reds.
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Yep time for this thread to start gaining more steam.
We finally got out after hunting season came to a wrap but didn't have time to fish.

hey that's a nice spare tire!!!
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Old 02-18-2022, 02:07 PM   #196
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hey that's a nice spare tire!!!
It's THE BEST spare tire, because it's a free spare tire! Thanks!

As soon as I put it on, we took the truck for a spin and the steering rod broke in two so it's stuck on the front beach now with pidgeon-toe'd front tires. FML LOL
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^^^ Geez!!! Sounds like lots of fun in your future!!!
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^^^ Geez!!! Sounds like lots of fun in your future!!!
This truck's been out here going on 7 years now, might just have to use it to tie my boat off to now.
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It's THE BEST spare tire, because it's a free spare tire! Thanks!

As soon as I put it on, we took the truck for a spin and the steering rod broke in two so it's stuck on the front beach now with pidgeon-toe'd front tires. FML LOL

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The joys of coastal property.
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