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October 24, 2016

Texas Hotshots – Galveston Marsh Donkey

This is a 27.75″ 8.9# tournament redfish. It was caught on a Rapala Skitter Walk in my Jackson Kayak on 12# Ande Mono and a 7′ med Dan James Rod.
October 21, 2016

Texas Hotshots – First Tripletail

1st Tripletail out of Galveston Texas
October 17, 2016

Tips for Fall Specks and Reds

The recent heatwave has impacted fishing along the Texas Coast. It has not shaken things up dramatically but it has changed a few things and if you pay attention to these tips you can overcome any […]
October 11, 2016

Target the Redfish Frenzy

After we’ve had a strong cold front, target the mouths of rivers and the very largest bayous emptying marsh if you want to catch large numbers of redfish.  As we all know, cold fronts purge the […]
October 10, 2016

Texas Hotshots – East Bay Slayer

East bay Galveston Texas, Hanna’s reef caught this beast on a tail.
September 30, 2016

Salty Classic Fishing Tournament – October 29th

Cast Off at the Salty Classic Fishing Tournament on October 29th Hook Part of the $10,000 Cash Pot and Support Salty Culture’s “Clean Culture” Mission GALVESTON ISLAND, TEXAS (SEPTEMBER 8, 2016) – Cast off at the […]
September 7, 2016

Texas Hotshots – First Fish

My daughters first fish 27 1/2″ red
September 7, 2016

Texas Hotshots – Galveston Cobia

Luke Bogar with a 40 pound Cobia caught on a flat line using a whole Spanish sardine for bait. 20 mile rigs off Galveston was the location.
August 27, 2016

Flexing Your Way To Big Specks

Several years ago, I introduced the F.L.E.X. Fishing system, a dedicated plan for catching big fish of any species including specks. F.L.E.X. stands for Focus-Learn-Eliminate-Experience and it has revolutionized my personal fishing. The following are some […]
August 10, 2016

Cranked Up Reds

Yanking Cranky Redfish from Thick Cover For decades, bass anglers won countless events on crankbaits because these wobbly, lipped creations mimic baitfish in appearance and action. However, some professional redfish anglers also win tournaments with them. […]
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