New Overnight Reservations to Resume for Summer Trips to Texas State Parks
I am planning a Tues, May 19 San Luis Pass kayak day trip. I will be there appx 7 am and plan to fish the "flats" and Titlam/Tatlam channel area. Not venturing too too far from the dock area. Not an "official TFF trip", just wanting to see the water. Give me a shout on … Continue reading San Luis Pass – Tues, May 19
Arrived a SLP the boat launch at 0700 with a plan to meet a few others and hit the saltwater at about 0730. It had rained on me for the entire trip down, and was still raining as I watched the others at the launch also sit in their trucks, waiting. At 0730, our proposed … Continue reading I must be a lightning magnet, SW attempt
Fished with Eloy Gonzales (https://www.facebook.com/eloyinbelize/) for three half days on the lagoon side of Ambergris Caye, Belize - home base San Pedro. Used two TFO rods with Orvis Hydros SL reels - 8 wt for bonefish and 10 wt for tarpon. All bonefish caught on Crazy Charlie style fly. Tarpon and cuda caught on hackle/marabou … Continue reading March 2020 – Ambergris Caye (San Pedro) Belize – 3 Half Days on the Fly (Tarpon & Bonefish)
Chuck has been at the forefront of The FlatsWorthy movement, an organization spearheaded by a noble group of anglers with the ambitious goal of promoting boating courtesy among all who enjoy our shallow bays. Here are the videos of his presentation: https://vimeo.com/388138639 https://vimeo.com/388148139 https://vimeo.com/388156620 https://texasflyfishers.org/2020/01/01/monthly-meeting-speaker-january-28-2020-chuck-naiser/
Just because you aren't able to make the 5 hour trip to the South Llano this weekend doesn't mean that you can't take advantage of our local waters.
So far I've had 4 people contact me about fishing locally this weekend. I had to decline as I'm out west.
Post up on here, or another forum, and get these guys on the water!
TFF Bolivar trip, 2019-04
Fish were caught. 13 anglers. Multiple species, redfish, trout, flounder, sheephead, croaker, etc. all came to hand.
Food was prepared and shared by all.
Good times were had
On February 11, 2019, Joe French, Dennis Auger, Nicolas Lestrer and Joe Nicklo travelled to South Louisiana with hopes and expectations of fooling those wily big bull red fish with feathers and tinsel at the end of a 30-pound leader … and with the help of two seasoned guides. Weather is always a factor at this time of year and it proved to be uncooperative. We got blown off the water the first day by a fast moving storm that blew thru with thunder and lightening for most of the day. Fortunately, the next day arrived with blue skies, sunshine and 15 to 20 mph winds. We arrived at the Hopewell marina at 8AM where we met guides Miles and David. Shortly, we were underway with French and Auger fishing to the South and Lester and Nicklo fishing to the North. Eight hours later we met back at the marina only to find that French and Auger kicked butts with several good red fish. French hooked and landed this huge 41” bull along with several others. Auger also caught several nice reds as seen in the attached photos. Sad to say, Lester and Nicklo had none.
3 of us made it to Shoalwater, and launched from Charlie's Bait Camp. The water was clean and there was no wind.
I think we should go fishing the day after the 27th Annual Dr. Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Festival I propose that we meet at Charlie's Bait Camp, 4194 Lane Rd, Seadrift, TX 77983, with boats and kayaks Sunday morning and try out those flies that we just tied. Thoughts?