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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Spring Fishing

It's almost always windy in south Texas, especially in spring. Checking the weather I saw that the first of this week was supposed to be light winds and bright sun and the tides were going to be low in the morning with a strong incoming. I emailed several of my friends and said the conditions are shaping up to be epic and Mike H. and Johnny Q. signed up. I had no idea how good it was going to be. We all caught reds on topwater poppers each morning and later in the day switched to a crab pattern in inches of water. I lost count of the number caught, missed and seen. We were so shallow that on more than one occasion we had to hop out to push the Maverick HPX-T off a hump.
On the third day we decided to change it up and headed up the Brownsville ship channel. We capped it off with a fat trout and a Texas snook along with a small jack and several lane snapper. Here are a few of the shots.

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