Archive for April, 2008

Fishing Report for 4-28-08

Monday, April 28th, 2008

The fishing just keeps getting better what else can I say.

Tue. I took my friend Dr. Tony Flaig and his buddy Orlando out and we managed 8 trout and a limit of reds with several oversize released. On Wed. with John Thornson we did the same thing except we limited with our 10 trout had 8 reds of which we kept 6 the other two were oversized.

On Friday Gordan Smith and his son caught their limit of trout by 9:00 but then we didn’t catch a redfish till 1:00. But when they started biting we hammered them with 5 oversized we released and 2 we kept along with 4 other keepers in the slot, so they brought in 6 reds total all in about 1 hour and 45 minutes.

TIght Lines, Capt. Skipper Ray

Fishing report for 4/22/08

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Now that the weather is warming up it’s beginning to look a lot like summer. Last week I had  Lawrance Davis out for three 1/2 days along with his wife. They caught so many fish that they released them all on the third day. She caught most of the reds on cut bait using bally hoo. Lawrance caught most of the trout on Gulp. They seemed to like the pearl white in 4 ” the best but they did hit all the colors we threw at them.

The Roaney family came in on Sunday and did pretty much the same thing with 6 reds and 8 trout. They were treating their fishing guide Arin from Alaska to a little warmer fishing. He loved the fact he could site cast to redfish in the shallow clear waters of the gas wells. He said he would take some Gulp home with him and try them out on those coldwater fish. Go figure…….

Tight Lines, Skipper

Fishing report for 4/11/08

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

It’s spring time and the fishing is still good and should continue to get better and better. We are still fishing the Berkly Gulp on a circle hook for the trout and catching our limits on them.

Last trip out for reds we caught 10 on gold spoons and some on the Gulp but most came on the spoons. The drumboat area seems to be holding most of the redfish.