I met up with fishing buddy Austin Pritchard Saturday morning to fish the falling tide.
We had a tight weather window with wind and rain in the forecast, so we hit the water in search of redfish and trout. The trout were few and far between with one brought to hand and one lost at boatside.
Here's a bit of advice: If you're going to fish a "weather window" then keep a marine radio tuned in for weather updates. The alert let me know the wind and rain was coming and the…Continue
Added by Tommy Samuels on March 8, 2012 at 10:04am — No Comments
Well, I went fishing Saturday even though the wind forecast was pretty sucky. I loaded up the yak, 3 rods, anchor, stake out stick, all the normal goodies with a few notable exceptions.
First - no cameras. I don't know why, but I just wasnt motivated for shooting video or grip and grin shots, so the Oly and GoPro stayed on the shelf
Second - no measuring board. Kinda goes with the no…
Added by Tommy Samuels on February 8, 2012 at 10:55am — No Comments
I know that most people would go back and forth about actually buying a fishfinder/gps combo, but if you live in South Florida, paddle around any of the mangrove swamps, keys, or Biscayne Bay, I highly recommend it. So after some research, I found the one that worked best for me which is the Humminbird 385ci. I headed off to West Marine and as I am buying it, the associate asked if I knew that the same model came in a kayak combo for an extra $100 dollars...COMPLETELY WORTH IT! The…Continue
This episode took place on July 30, and July 31 of 2010. On July 30 I loaded up my WS Tarpon 160 and headed out to Freeport Surfside, I launched my WS T160 kayak at the beach in Surfside Texas. The weather reported for the surf to be two feet or less, it looked more like three feet or less, the water condition at the surf was off color giving it a dirty brown color, on the paddle out to the two mile gas rig the water color changed to a dirty green color, on this trip my bait of choice was…Continue
Added by Jeff Madre on September 2, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments