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Corvina Negra, Cobia, Dorado (Mahi Mahi), Lenguado, Jacks, Mangrove Snapper - Gray Snapper, Otras especies, Redfish, Tiburón, Sheepshead, Sierra, Spotted sea trout, Tarpón, Gar

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Estados UnidosEstados Unidos
I offer saltwater fly fishing along the Texas and Louisiana coast primarily targeting redfish in shallow water.
I fish from an East Cape Fury poling skiff with one or two anglers aboard as well as a 23' center console Dargel 230 Kat. My home water is the Port O'Connor/Seadrift area. I fish this area throughout the spring, summer and fall. During the January and February, I shift over to the marshes of Louisiana to chase the oversized bull reds that come inshore during that time of year.

I offer inshore poling trips for one or two anglers targeting redfish, speckled trout, black drum, sheepshead, etc. Tarpon, king mackerel, cobia, spanish mackerel, jack crevalle, snapper and sharks are also available on the beachfront during the summer and fall when conditions allow aboard a 23' cent Ver más...

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Port O Connor, Texas, Estados Unidos

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Nice Louisiana red.
36 lb black drum.
Big Louisiana redfish.
Louisiana bull red.
Classic gear dueling a big red.
Getting it done with an antique reel and old fiberglass rod.
Charley the redfish hunter and a 32lber.
Galveston schooling reds.
Copper colored Texas marsh red.
Releasing a 28lber.
Speckled trout and redfish busting shrimp.
Big red sneaking through the grass.
Jason Bryant with a big Louisiana redfish
Dan Star's personal best redfish.
Michael Harris hooking up a red from a Texas marsh school in the fall.
Tailing redfish in Port O'Connor, Texas
Fall school in the Texas marsh.
Another victim of the Redfish Crack fly.
Capt Scott with a huge black drum
Jason Bryant with a sheepshead on the fly.  Also known as "The Texas Permit" due to their shyness.
A monster Louisiana marsh red.
Foto de pesca con mosca
Redfish chasing mullet in six inches of water.