This is the time of year lots of anglers along the Texas coast are fishing the jetty systems. The bull redfish run is about to begin and there are still lots of sharks, a few tarpon and some trout to be caught at the rocks from Port Isabel to... Read more
Catching any fish on topwaters is fun, but catching sharks on the surface? It’s freakin’ awesome! This short clip shows a huge school of small blacktip sharks behind our boat at the Sabine Jetties. I’ve seen this happen before and had limited topwater success but this time we cheated... Read more
Polarized shades are an underutilized tool in the quest for quality. Chester Moore talks why they are so important and what got him to make them a mandatory part of his repetoire. Read more
We think of bream as being super easy to catch because they congregate in such large numbers but are their “smart” bream? The bigger breeders with the best genetics of all fish in my opinion are much harder to catch (probably throughout their life cycles) than others and have... Read more
Along the Gulf Coast, anglers frequently miss out on some of the most consistent action by ignoring roseau cane. It is the type of cane that is most common south of the Interstate 10 corridor and that is commonly used as material for camouflaging duck blinds. If you look... Read more
Bull redfish are the most easily accessible powerhouse fish for saltwater anglers. And while many overlook or consider them to be “gold croaker on steroids” I absolutely adore them. I caught the big fish in this video today at the Sabine Jetties while testing out some new tackle and... Read more
It has happened on numerous occasions this year. Gulls are diving as shad leap from the water in terror. There is no question a predator is under them and due to the location the highest likelihood (or hope) is that it is trout of the speckled variety. You make... Read more