I have done a lot of pond, small lake and canal fishing over the last two years. Something I have noticed is that on small bodies with lots of fishing pressure, you have to stick and move. Once you catch a few fish in a certain area and then... Read more
On the way home from flounder fishing this afternoon I called a friend of mine to give him a report. I told him it was a pretty tough day with high barometric pressure (makes fish not want to bite) and I smelled like a combination of flounder, mullet and... Read more
Today my friend Thad Daly and I went out to the Sabine River and surrounding marshes in search of flounder and redfish. We caught a few in one of the big bayous on the Louisiana side and then stopped on the way home at the Dupont Outfall Canal on... Read more
I have become a big proponent of using fluorocarbon line for a variety of purposes. In fact, I am writing an article all about this unique fishing line for the August edition of the magazine. I have however recently discovered a disadvantage. Fluorocarbon sinks which gives an advantage over... Read more