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Outing Information Only / Re: July Outing - Port O'Connor "One Fly"
« on: July 24, 2013, 05:34:58 AM »
It appears that Skip and Mary Kay, as well as George and I will be fishing and I don't know who else.  Martin when are you going down? Same with John P. when are you coming down? If you plan on fishing Friday you make arrangements to meet you party. Please. Quigley will be riding down with me but as far as fishing he'll need to arrange that with Martin.

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Outing Chat / Re: Port O'Connor Jack Crevalle
« on: July 23, 2013, 12:32:17 PM »
No they didn't but the guys placing bets on the dock did!

I will tell you this if your out at the jetties fishing the One fly GOOD LUCK you'll get broke off in no time out there! HAHAHAHA!

We both will be fishing out there but on Friday or Sunday  Also ten weight is undermanned out there.  Bring 12 wt.s

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Outing Chat / Re: Port O'Connor Jack Crevalle
« on: July 22, 2013, 06:07:05 AM »
Nice Matt!  This next week is going to be a good one as far as the calendar goes.  That is all I'm going to say until next week.  Seeing is believing.  Bring your cameras.  Cant believe you were able to find a place to stay.  POCO BUENO is outrageous.  the town swells to almost 6000-8000 people!

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Outing Information Only / Re: August 2013
« on: July 17, 2013, 04:42:59 PM »
OK I'll go. but need to borrow a yak... PFD...and I am sure i'll need some cold beer, good food, ...good ole country music! Be ready to watch me slam sum trout!  I'll be sure to let you know when I get one on too!!!! tee hee.... 8)

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Outing Information Only / Re: July Outing - Port O'Connor "One Fly"
« on: July 16, 2013, 09:14:05 AM »
We are approximately ten days out.  I need some confirmations from everybody. Gunna be a good time fer chur!

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Outing Chat / Re: Bayou carp
« on: July 15, 2013, 06:57:18 AM »
Frigg'n great report.  All we need is some pictures too.  But you aren't the first to fish these mullet. The carp will have a dark trimmed tail and x pattern scales. I wish I knew you were fishing or I'd joined ya.  I have caught a few carp in my day but they definitely are not easy to catch. One day some guy tossed into the bayou across from me a box of stale donuts that started a huge feeding frenzy. I tossed in a floating popper about the same color as the donuts and let it drift with the donuts and low and behold a big carp came up to sample.  Caught two of them this way.  Go by dunk'n donuts and get your chum first! Ask for old donuts and they will probably give them to you!  It WORKS

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Outing Chat / Re: Supreme Sabine
« on: July 10, 2013, 02:17:18 PM »
Dry bags ...what dry bags that was my camera inside that simms bag that died.  Mr. simms needs to pay!

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Outing Chat / Re: Supreme Sabine
« on: July 07, 2013, 01:51:21 PM »
That sounds great.  Does Cory Fly Fish? 

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Outing Chat / Supreme Sabine
« on: July 06, 2013, 07:03:47 AM »
George and I went over to Sabine lake to fish on Friday.  We found the weather was perfect with good sun and light winds for the better part of the day.  The water was stained and sight casting was difficult. Quite different from our last trip back in early December when the water was absolutely crystal clear.  From 7:00 am till around 11:00 Am we used conventional tackle like mirror lures and plastic rat tails.  George had a huge trout slap at his top water... how that fish missed the thing who knows.  I stuck to the plastic pattern and was rewarded with a large flounder. You really have to concentrate when fishing for flounder. They tend to pick up your bait so you feel a light "peck" then they'll come back to it and hit it so you have to wait to strike. On this fish I felt the pick up and just pointed the rod down at the water after about two seconds I felt the line tighten so I set the hook hard.  At first i thought I was hung on the bottom or I had hung up on some grass. It just didn't feel like a fish until as I powered down on the line I felt the tail beat.  What a good fight this flounder gave. Once we saw how big this fish was the excitment level went way up.  George grabbed the boga to make the landing.  He grabbed the line and the founder went ape.  But after a few seconds the fish was ours.  23" flounder NICE!

Well here she is...


We set up for another drift in a similar area and I caught another fatty using the same technique.  You have to be patient after feeling the first "peck".  This one got away and looked to be close to the size of the first one we landed. About an hour later I caught another that was close to 17".  Sabine is full of flounder.  We then grabbed our fly rods and searched out some clean water.  As the breeze was freshening a bit we found an open shoreline.  I poled George along while trying to find some fish but the water color was difficult to see in.  We did come across two reds right up against the shoreline that George got off a shot or two but was unable to turn their interest.  Later George was up on the platform and I saw a small shrimp jump from the water real close to the shoreline so I tossed directly to it and was rewarded with a redfish instant strike.  The fish taped 19" and was healthy and strong.  I caught two more but neither were sight casted to...more like there should be a fish right there and there was!

So I had a small slam working but I needed a trout.  George and I were pondering if we were done or just done fishing where we were. I told George I had a special spot where i know i can catch a good trout was he interested in a short drive in the boat.  Heck yeah he said so off we went.  As i directed George up this small canal I could see the apprehension growing on his face. As we drove by several small marsh drains we spoke of how cool this spot is for a kayaker. Once we arrived at the spot George was thoroughly confused. There was a group of crab fishers working their chicken necks less than twenty feet from our boat.  There was a small bridge just in front of us that is way to low to the water for us to get under..so what are we doing here this doesn't look like a trout spot. I threw flys for a short time but no strikes.  So I picked up the rat tail plastic and maybe my third cast BOOM a heavy strike and the rod tip started that wonderful dance that says TROUT.  Soon we could see the spots of the fish and I was stoked. SABINE SLAM was done.  The trout measured 17" and was thick. George got the pictures and hopefully will post them up here. 

We had a good time just getting out on the water for the first time in awhile.  Both of us talking about how we plan to fish the POC ONE FLY at the end of this month.  I was supposed to be fishing several new flies given to me by one of my favorite flytyers testing them for the One Fly.  Oops I forgot them back in town! DOUGH!!!!!!!!! But we'll be ready.


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YEAH I'M WITH YOU DENIS I THINK JOHN GOT THAT TRUCK BACK IN '11 FROM A MECHAM AUTO AUCTION.  I WAS NOT AWARE THAT HE DID A FRAME-OFF WOW. NO WONDER HE SOLD HIS HPX!

HERE IS MY BIRTH DATE TRUCK. RAM TOUGH EVEN BACK THEN!
http://www.classictrucks.com/features/1107clt_1951_dodge_pickup/photo_01.html

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General Discussion / Re: Releasing fish in hot water
« on: July 03, 2013, 04:27:59 PM »
WITH REDS I FIND THEY REVIVE WELL IF YOU TAIL WAGGLE THEM WHILE KEEPING THEM UPRIGHT. ESPECIALLY IF YOU MOVE THEM TO DEEPER WATER. I'M SURE THAT IS FOR THE OXYGEN CONTENT. TROUT REALLY TAKE MUCH MORE TO REVIVE THEM THE OXYGEN THING WOULD BE REALLY COOL. THAT'S WHAT THE PROS DO BUT THAT IS WHEN THEIR FISH ARE IN THE LIVE WELL.

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General Discussion / Re: Ooops! At Clark's in POC.
« on: July 03, 2013, 04:15:37 PM »
DUDE I DIDN'T EVEN KNOW THIS PAGE WENT DOWN THIS FAR!  BUT WHO FOR THE HECK OF IT LOOKS...RIGHT??? BUT HERE I FIND MIKEY MISSING WITH THE RAMP GODS! NEVER MAKE FUN OF AN IDIOT AT THE RAMP...BOAT LONG ENOUGH AND HE'LL GET YOU.  MY BROTHER WAS DROPPING OFF A LADY LAWYER SPORT AT THE CLARK'S RAMP. SHE INSISTED ON HAVING HER KEYS IN HAND WHILE GETTING OFF THE BOAT AT THE DOCK.  HE TOLD HER PUT THOSE AWAY AND HE'D HAND THEM TOO HER.  SHE SAID "THAT'S OK I GOT THEM" AS SHE SLIPS ON THE FRONT DECK - LOOSES BALANCE AND FLINGS HER ARM OUT -OOOPPPPSSS THERE GO HER KEYS INTO THE DRINK.  MY BROTHER TELLS HER DON'T EVEN ASK, EXPLAINING TO HER "THE WATER HERE AT THE RAMP WITH THE CLEANING TABLES, COLLECTION OF FLOATING DEAD TRASH AND MOTOR FUEL IS FILTHY AND CONTAMINATED." HE HAD NO INTENTION OF GET IN EITHER SO SHE SAID TO EVERYONE ON THE DOCK "I'LL GIVE ANYONE A THOUSAND DOLLARS TO GET MY KEYS"!  SHE HAD A DEPOSITION IN HOUSTON TO ATTEND IN SIX HOURS.  YOUNG COLLEGE AGED GUY SAYS HELL YEAH... LESS THAN THIRTY SECONDS OF LOOKING--"CHA CHING".

"RAMPOLA" IS ONE BAD DUDE...DONT MESS WID'EM AND HE WONT MESS WID CHU!
COMPRENDE MIJO!

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Outing Chat / Re: Katy fishing this morning
« on: July 02, 2013, 03:57:24 PM »
YEAH BUT JUST MAYBE THIS WEEKEND WE CAN HIT THE CREEK. 
MAY HIT SOME SALT TOO.

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Outing Chat / Re: Katy fishing this morning
« on: July 01, 2013, 06:35:10 AM »
Did my phone ring???? Nah! Although I was working my arse off. I sure would have rather been fishing! Looks like there was plenty of shade around. Bass would have been tight to the edge wall on the shade side of the lake.  Looks like a great place to dump next years Christmas trees! Will the HOA allow kayaks, canoes or beavertail flats skiffs in the lakes?

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Outing Information Only / Re: June 2013, Lighthouse Lakes
« on: June 30, 2013, 09:49:07 AM »
One of the first things to go are your wading pants! I have two pair that i have grown (for the better) out of. Need some new 36's!  8)

Don - just make sure you get out of that Cadillac of a boat you'll be in and wade that butt off!!!!!!!!

To Don H. - I want you to show off your casting talents to your boat partners...I know you have skills and have a great knowledge of POC!  Last years fish prove it!  Will be fun having you fish with us.

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