During hot, calm days, redfish begin to school up and offer up a feeding frenzy that has to be seen to be believed. “What anglers need to do is to start out fishing when everyone else is going home,” said retired Sabine Lake guide Capt. Skip James. “When we... Read more
I got a question last week from someone about fish consumption advisories on Sabine Lake, so I looked at what the state had posted there and in the Galveston area. Here is what I found. Sabine Lake and contiguous Texas waters in Jefferson and Orange counties Chemical of Concern:... Read more
Did you know that between Sabine Lake and the Aransas Bay complex there are more than 200,000 acres of no fishing zones? Yes, I am talking about federally enforced no fishing zones. The Sabine National Wildlife Refuge on the TX/La. border is closed to fishing Oct. 15-March 15 and... Read more
This is the second installment of our reader fishing Questions and Answers. Q: Are buffalo (fish) and gaspergou the same fish? I have never caught either but hear about them all the time. A: Buffalo are a type of suckerfish that grow to huge proportions. Bow fishermen at Sam... Read more