Archive for May, 2009

The Sand has it..

Sunday, May 31st, 2009

The fishing has been about as stable as it gets. Lots of nice trout are coming from the edge of the ICW. White Gulp has been working best next to live shrimp. The sand is producing lots of reds on the fly. Spoon flies are working best there. Today Keven Hiles and Sergio Ramirez fly fished with me and landed 12 reds on the spoon fly along with many ladyfish.
We had lots of shots at some really nice trout but missed the few that tried to take.

TIght Lines, Skipper Ray

Fishing Report May 1

Monday, May 4th, 2009

The last couple of weeks has been a real challange because of the spring winds. However we have been catching plenty of trout and reds. Last week I was guiding Tony Woodward and his freind Scott flyfishing, they managed to land 27 redfish and numerous lady fish and several large trout over the three days they fished.

Before that we had been hitting some early heards of redfish and limiting out on them in short order when we could find the schools. The wind makes it difficult but sometimes we’d get lucky.

 Limits of trout have been the norm over the last two weeks but as of late they have been a little harder to find because of the wind stiring up the waters where we have been catching them. All of the fish with the exception of the fly fishing have been coming on white Berkly Gulp. The fly guys were catching their fish on Spoon Flies.

Here is a video of Scoot Sparrows group when we were all fishing the sand flats. Lines, Skipper Ray 956-943-2798