If you want to really learn how to fish for speckled trout and redfish, get out of the boat and into the water. We did just that with Captain Nathan Beabout out of Seadrift, Texas.
Most all Texas Gulf Coast fishing guides will put you onto fish. Live shrimp (or croaker if available) over an oyster reef or grass bed is a time-proven method to put fish into the cooler. And any time on the water landing fish is a great day. But shrimp under a popping cork isn’t the most exciting or rewarding way to fish. To really crank up the thrill level get out of boat and wade fish with top-waters. Standing in waste-deep water and having a big spec or red blow up right in front of you is the way it is meant to be. Continue reading Chasing Redfish with Captain Nathan Beabout
Been looking around for a new spinning rod for the coast, going to Port Oconnor/Sea Drift for 3 days next weekend..
Pulled the trigger on a Loomis E6X 7ft Inshore rod and Stradic 3000HG.
Continue reading New saltwater spinning rig for the coast
We have run many of the popular deer corn feeders and, hands down, we prefer All Seasons Feeders built in San Antonio. Not only do they make an outstanding product but their customer service is top-notch. Their 300lb broadcast feeder is the gold standard by which other feeders are measured. Continue reading All Seasons Feeders Review
If you spend anytime in the dark off road, hunting, wheeling, fishing or whatever then you know how important it is to have quality lighting. I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler (TJ) that I use daily. From commuting on the interstate to hunting in South Texas this is my do all vehicle and I have learned that being able to see in the dark is critical. My TJ came equipped with factory fog lights and for a time they worked very well. Several years ago, I had an unfortunate encounter at 60mph with a little 8 point buck which rendered my fog lights broken. Since that time, I realized that lighting was very important, but it was not until I started really using the Jeep that I found the need for lighting to be critical. I sourced some very cheap China made LED fog lights and mounted them in the fog position, and for the price they work well enough. However, they are flood lights not a spot and do not throw the light very far. For this, I contacted the experts at Rugged Ridge and picked up some A-Pillar mounts and lights. Continue reading Best Lights for a Jeep come from Rugged Ridge
I grew up on the gulf coast, my parents owned a boat dealership near Corpus Christi and we spent all of our time hunting and fishing. My dad loved saltwater fishing and we fished the bays and went offshore every chance we could get!
Continue reading Red Snapper fishing alert!
THE COFFEE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT NEEDS YOUR HELP! We are requesting any assistance you can give. The Coffee City Police Department is asking for donations, prizes, sponsorship, public relations support, volunteering of time and any other assistance we can get.
On May 21, 2016; with the assistance and support of the Coffee City Economic Development Corporation and the Lake Palestine Resort, we are hosting the First Annual Belts and Hoses Charity Fishing Tournament on Lake Palestine. Proceeds will go to the Coffee City Police and Fire Departments. Continue reading Lake Palestine Charity Bass Tournament
1st buck ever and it turned out to be a giant
Every year around this time (Spring Break), the members over at the Texas Predator Posse (a free membership based web forum and hunting club) get together for a family friendly shindig, called the Rendezvous, or Rondy for short.
The festivities start on Friday afternoon, and go through around lunch time Sunday. An itinerary can be found here: Continue reading Annual Texas Predator Posse Rendezvous
Let me tell you why I love Simms Fishing Products. First, a little background. I grew up fishing the South Texas Gulf Coast from Rockport down to Baffin Bay and the Land Cut. Fly fishing was unheard of back then. I knew of no one who used a fly rod. Fly-fishing for tailing redfish is exploding in popularity theses days but when I was coming up it was non-existent. Therefore, I knew next to nothing about fly fishing gear. I rarely wore waders fishing and if I did I pulled on my tough, inexpensive duck hunting waders. Continue reading Why I love Simms Fishing Products