Take a little trip to Valley Forge in January. Hold a musket ball in your fingers and imagine it piercing your flesh and breaking a bone or two. There won’t be a doctor or trainer to assist you until after the battle, so just wait your turn. Take your cleats and socks off to get […]
Texas Saltwater Fishing News
PORT ARANSAS, Texas — Port Aransas Fire Department is set to receive a fire truck on loan from Texas A&M Forest Service on Friday, Sept. 29 to temporarily replace one damaged by Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey devastated the Port Aransas Fire Department leaving it without a single fire truck and many of the firefighters have […]
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February 10, 2006 — North Pole Conditions!!!! With the approach of our first COLD front in the past few weeks, I was really concerned with getting our mission completed. Bill Olson with Texas Outdoors Journal had been asking us to help with a feature winter time trophy trout story. After juggling schedules and flights early […]
December 6, 2006 — Prefrontal Conditions: BIG TROUT With the approach of another Artic Blast, Capt. Ted and I decided to do some scouting for up coming guests. Conditions were nearly as perfect as a Big Trout enthusiast could want! Light winds, overcast, prefrontal and a full moon. Knowing our major feed would not occur […]
April 25, 2006 — Water Goes Up Must Come Down Seems like every time the reds get the opportunity to have enough water on the edges to really get podding, the bottom drops out a drives them back to the deeper guts. Tidal conditions like this are enough to drive a fly fisherman mad. On […]
May 29, 2005 — The Good, The Bad, The Ugly!!!!!!!!! The past week has again been very interesting! The first of the week we had a good consistent bite on trout and reds. Then here comes the weekend and boom! CHANGE!!! In defense of the weekend, we expected a slower than normal bite due to […]
June 5, 2005 — Blow, Blow, Blow the Man Down What an incredible week of fishing! Captain Ted started the week out on stellar 26, 27, and 29 inch trout extravaganza! All before 11:30 in the morning. The twenty-niner went 7.8 and just missed being the first Star qualifier for the Port Mansfield district. Through […]
July 13, 2003 — Reds and Storms Well we’re sitting around with all the hatches battened down waiting on Claudette! Looks as if we will get a direct hit, but if predictions are right it will help our bay system with the fresh water, hopefully with minimum damage to our town. We may be off […]
Any News on Dredging? Hello! I was wondering if there has been any more news related to getting the dredging done at the jetties and the mouth of the harbor? Are boats still able to safely make it in and out the jetties to offshore?