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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby Saltwater_Assassin » Fri Mar 28, 2014 6:22 pm

No one has posted in a while so I thought I would share a few.

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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Postby sprigs4days » Sat Mar 29, 2014 12:07 pm

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That's what it's all about. Good stuff Willie


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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby Bill Herian » Sat Mar 29, 2014 1:46 pm

I really let this thread down this winter.
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby blackrock » Sun Mar 30, 2014 9:35 am

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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I thought about getting him to sign my cleavage, but decided against it at the last moment.
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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That went from nice crappie to oh crap!


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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby Botiz630 » Sun Mar 30, 2014 6:03 pm

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby D Comeaux » Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:14 pm

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Nice sac-a-lait. :thumbsup:


Not a bad snake to have around your place. We have them here.



'Speckled kingsnakes are well respected by most of the rural folks. Most of them are well aware of their appetite for rodents, although they unknowingly think that they primarily seek out and eat predominately venomous snakes.They DO eat venomous snakes but only as opportunistic feeders. They eat what is available to them, i.e. whatever they come accross. Young feed mainly on lizards and small snakes (such as baby garter and ribbon snakes). Adults feed mainly on rodents and snakes (including various water snake and cottonmouths). Speckled kingsnakes utilize many habitats including farms, open fields, swampy areas, forested areas and in many towns'.

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby SAHunter1983 » Sun Mar 30, 2014 11:28 pm

Guess its time I chime in, 2 trips since January and we held our own for the conditions and paddling 15mi a day in kayaks.

First Trip ~ Secret location~ Day 1

My 30" and my compadres 28" trout.

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And the ones we didnt release... photos dont show the 30 and 31" reds CPR'ed

First Trip ~ Upper Laguna Madre ~ Day 2

I pulled my first kayak super slam in style with a 27 1/2" red, 19 3/4" flounder, a 7 trout to 21" the 21 was released, and a limit of black drum to 23". Meat haul stringer was 60 lb.

My buddy also picked up 6 solid trout and tons of dinks.

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The results of our two day meat haul, yes this is 2 days of fish iced overnight and all cleaned at once thanks to the cold weather for any net wardens. All oversize were released to haunt the dreams of future anglers.
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More to come from trip two.

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby SAHunter1983 » Sun Mar 30, 2014 11:50 pm

Second Trip ~ Upper Laguna Madre ~ One day Spring break grind

Took my buddy out to a favorite spot where he could learn to paddle and fish, dang we were in for a treat capped off by fresh fish on an open fire on the chaotic beach during spring break.


We picked up a few keepers in the morning but things didnt kick off until I sent my buddy to check a little hole I knew of, it was a fish every cast from then on with schoolie dinks. My buddy was having a blast, about every 12th fish was a keeper and we kept those above 16". Then it got really rowdy. The trout feeding brought in the bulls and uglies. A kayaker nearby hooked into a 35lb black drum and was off on a sleigh ride for almost an hour. A while later I picked up a few slot drum to 22". Then out of nowhere my rookie kayaker buddy got slammed on his itty bitty 6' walmart bass rod with 125 yd of 15lb braid. I immediately knew what was up and told him to hang on and unclip his stake out, confused a bit he listened and was off like a shot. I could tell by the direction changes and spurt runs it was a solid bull red. After breaking my stake and chasing him down I was able to coach him for 20 to 30 minutes until we were able to wrangle his red into my net. Both tired and in need of a beer we retired to the launch with his personal best redfish all tagged up and ready to fillet at a solid 15 plus lbs and 36 3/4"

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Both stringers werent too shabby and got some funny looks from the power boat crowds. Regardless nothing makes me happier than taking someone new to the kayak fishing sport out for a good time. The fresh fillets cleaned in keg beer and scandalous scenery were a nice end to a good day. I learned that I am definitely getting too old for the spring break drama but I was way too tired to drive home.

Until the next trip,

Yall stay salty my friends!

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby Westtennduckhunter » Mon Mar 31, 2014 4:11 am

D Comeaux wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
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Nice sac-a-lait. :thumbsup:


Not a bad snake to have around your place. We have them here.



'Speckled kingsnakes are well respected by most of the rural folks. Most of them are well aware of their appetite for rodents, although they unknowingly think that they primarily seek out and eat predominately venomous snakes.They DO eat venomous snakes but only as opportunistic feeders. They eat what is available to them, i.e. whatever they come accross. Young feed mainly on lizards and small snakes (such as baby garter and ribbon snakes). Adults feed mainly on rodents and snakes (including various water snake and cottonmouths). Speckled kingsnakes utilize many habitats including farms, open fields, swampy areas, forested areas and in many towns'.

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Ya we let him go on his merry way. Although, somebody had to piss him off before he went back down in hole.
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby ByersFarm » Mon Mar 31, 2014 7:13 am

Westtennduckhunter wrote:
D Comeaux wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
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Nice sac-a-lait. :thumbsup:


Not a bad snake to have around your place. We have them here.



'Speckled kingsnakes are well respected by most of the rural folks. Most of them are well aware of their appetite for rodents, although they unknowingly think that they primarily seek out and eat predominately venomous snakes.They DO eat venomous snakes but only as opportunistic feeders. They eat what is available to them, i.e. whatever they come accross. Young feed mainly on lizards and small snakes (such as baby garter and ribbon snakes). Adults feed mainly on rodents and snakes (including various water snake and cottonmouths). Speckled kingsnakes utilize many habitats including farms, open fields, swampy areas, forested areas and in many towns'.

ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216593.887435[1].jpg
speck1[1].jpg


Ya we let him go on his merry way. Although, somebody had to piss him off before he went back down in hole.


I was just trying to make conversation with him.
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby KRB » Mon Mar 31, 2014 7:26 am

SAHunter1983 wrote:Second Trip ~ Upper Laguna Madre ~ One day Spring break grind

Took my buddy out to a favorite spot where he could learn to paddle and fish, dang we were in for a treat capped off by fresh fish on an open fire on the chaotic beach during spring break.


We picked up a few keepers in the morning but things didnt kick off until I sent my buddy to check a little hole I knew of, it was a fish every cast from then on with schoolie dinks. My buddy was having a blast, about every 12th fish was a keeper and we kept those above 16". Then it got really rowdy. The trout feeding brought in the bulls and uglies. A kayaker nearby hooked into a 35lb black drum and was off on a sleigh ride for almost an hour. A while later I picked up a few slot drum to 22". Then out of nowhere my rookie kayaker buddy got slammed on his itty bitty 6' walmart bass rod with 125 yd of 15lb braid. I immediately knew what was up and told him to hang on and unclip his stake out, confused a bit he listened and was off like a shot. I could tell by the direction changes and spurt runs it was a solid bull red. After breaking my stake and chasing him down I was able to coach him for 20 to 30 minutes until we were able to wrangle his red into my net. Both tired and in need of a beer we retired to the launch with his personal best redfish all tagged up and ready to fillet at a solid 15 plus lbs and 36 3/4"

ImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

Both stringers werent too shabby and got some funny looks from the power boat crowds. Regardless nothing makes me happier than taking someone new to the kayak fishing sport out for a good time. The fresh fillets cleaned in keg beer and scandalous scenery were a nice end to a good day. I learned that I am definitely getting too old for the spring break drama but I was way too tired to drive home.

Until the next trip,

Yall stay salty my friends!

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Cool pics, looks like an awesome trip. :thumbsup:
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby D Comeaux » Mon Mar 31, 2014 8:10 am

ByersFarm wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
D Comeaux wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
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Nice sac-a-lait. :thumbsup:


Not a bad snake to have around your place. We have them here.



'Speckled kingsnakes are well respected by most of the rural folks. Most of them are well aware of their appetite for rodents, although they unknowingly think that they primarily seek out and eat predominately venomous snakes.They DO eat venomous snakes but only as opportunistic feeders. They eat what is available to them, i.e. whatever they come accross. Young feed mainly on lizards and small snakes (such as baby garter and ribbon snakes). Adults feed mainly on rodents and snakes (including various water snake and cottonmouths). Speckled kingsnakes utilize many habitats including farms, open fields, swampy areas, forested areas and in many towns'.

ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216593.887435[1].jpg
speck1[1].jpg


Ya we let him go on his merry way. Although, somebody had to piss him off before he went back down in hole.


I was just trying to make conversation with him.


I figured it was you. :biggrin:
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby ByersFarm » Mon Mar 31, 2014 8:25 am

D Comeaux wrote:
ByersFarm wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
D Comeaux wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216582.538557.jpg


ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216593.887435.jpg



Nice sac-a-lait. :thumbsup:


Not a bad snake to have around your place. We have them here.



'Speckled kingsnakes are well respected by most of the rural folks. Most of them are well aware of their appetite for rodents, although they unknowingly think that they primarily seek out and eat predominately venomous snakes.They DO eat venomous snakes but only as opportunistic feeders. They eat what is available to them, i.e. whatever they come accross. Young feed mainly on lizards and small snakes (such as baby garter and ribbon snakes). Adults feed mainly on rodents and snakes (including various water snake and cottonmouths). Speckled kingsnakes utilize many habitats including farms, open fields, swampy areas, forested areas and in many towns'.

ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216593.887435[1].jpg
speck1[1].jpg


Ya we let him go on his merry way. Although, somebody had to piss him off before he went back down in hole.


I was just trying to make conversation with him.


I figured it was you. :biggrin:

I offered to catch him for Westie, but he declined.
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby Westtennduckhunter » Mon Mar 31, 2014 8:42 am

ByersFarm wrote:
D Comeaux wrote:
ByersFarm wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
D Comeaux wrote:
Westtennduckhunter wrote:
ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216582.538557.jpg


ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216593.887435.jpg



Nice sac-a-lait. :thumbsup:


Not a bad snake to have around your place. We have them here.



'Speckled kingsnakes are well respected by most of the rural folks. Most of them are well aware of their appetite for rodents, although they unknowingly think that they primarily seek out and eat predominately venomous snakes.They DO eat venomous snakes but only as opportunistic feeders. They eat what is available to them, i.e. whatever they come accross. Young feed mainly on lizards and small snakes (such as baby garter and ribbon snakes). Adults feed mainly on rodents and snakes (including various water snake and cottonmouths). Speckled kingsnakes utilize many habitats including farms, open fields, swampy areas, forested areas and in many towns'.

ImageUploadedByTapatalk1396216593.887435[1].jpg
speck1[1].jpg


Ya we let him go on his merry way. Although, somebody had to piss him off before he went back down in hole.


I was just trying to make conversation with him.


I figured it was you. :biggrin:

I offered to catch him for Westie, but he declined.


He was eyeballing me.
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

Postby trigger22 » Sun Apr 06, 2014 8:35 pm

Hosted Randy Nelson from Explore Inshore on Saturday and put 35-40 speckled trout in the boat. The footage should be available to view in a 3-4 weeks. Image Image Image Image
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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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Re: Fishing Pics: Post them up.

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