1. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Reorganizing my fly box

    1. fishaholic13 0
      It's my first rod and reel and I love it. Made well and works great. @wyldechylde77
    2. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Good to see another one who uses Wild Water Fly Fishing. Great company and great products.
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  2. Details: King Mackerel

    Gettin in those kings this mornin along with 2 Bonita and a spanih

    1. fishaholic13 0
      Sweet man. You need anything just ask. It's snapper season right now too. It'll probably be over by the time you get here tho. @cole_papa
    2. cole_papa 0
      I may be asking you some more questions soon
    3. cole_papa 0
      Thanks man. I'm coming back to destin with my dad and our boat in a week and a half and I would love to get out there
    4. fishaholic13 0
      @cole_papa about 40 feet of water or so
    5. fishaholic13 0
      @cole_papa yea. 3-4 mph about a mile out
    6. cole_papa 0
      Were Yall just slow trolling? And how far out
    7. Matt Dobson 0
      Nice! Looks like fun.
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  3. Details: Inshore Slam (trout/flounder/redfish)


    1. michaelmcardle 0
      And Thumpin Shad paddle tail swim baits they work great
    2. michaelmcardle 0
      DOA Shrimp for sure
      Go to academy and get matrix shad
    4. jmoyer 0
      Joe's fly
    5. AllWaterLife 0
      Stock up on spooks
    6. fishaholic13 0
      @zogdog that's my go to set up. Works everytime
    7. noah_preston 0
      Berkley gulp
    8. Jacob DeRamus 0
      Vudu shrimp, gulp shrimp and swimming mullet, mirrolure topwater
    9. zogdog 0
      Cajun thunder popping cork, 1/8oz. jig head, gulp shrimp. Should be a good start.
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  4. Details: Sheepshead with a Love shrimp

    Caught this Sheepy the other day. He put up a real nice and long fight. It's my first sheepshead from a kayak!

    1. fishaholic13 0
      Live* shrimp lol sorry and thanks guys @TheREELdeal @jurssica
    2. jurssica 0
      Nice sheepshead!
    3. Andrew Alonzo 0
      nice fish and what's a "love" shrimp lol
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  5. Details: Sheepshead

    Got on some nice sheepshead yesterday with my new GoPro. My friend also caught a white snapper and a squid... I didn't know there were squid in the bay... lol

    1. fishaholic13 0
    2. fishaholic13 0
      Fresh shrimp with a Carolina rig
    3. massivfisher 0
      Wired teeth
    4. drew11 0
      what did you catch it with
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  6. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a Live mullet on a Caroline rig. 6/0 hook, 2 oz weight, 30 lbs 2 foot leader.

    The reds are runnin! Caught this fat slot red under a bridge near destin, fl.

    1. fishaholic13 0
      Thanks guys! @slatwater @TheREELdeal
    2. miguel moreno 0
      Nice looking red bud good catch @fishaholic13
    3. Andrew Alonzo 0
      nice color on that red!
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  7. Details: Black Drum with a Shrimp

    My first black drum ever! I caught it on live shrimp. The big boy took about 20 minutes to land an I cut my foot pretty bad in the process, but you gotta do it for ...more the fish.

    1. fishaholic13 0
      Thanks man! And it's lookin better already. It really didn't seem to get infected. Guess I got lucky lol @GizmosBait
    2. GizmosBait 0
      nice fish! take care of that foot I've read the red tide is bad right now there in florida.
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  8. Details: Largemouth Bass with a Fly fishing rod/reel help?

    So I REALLY want to get into fly fishing but I like know nothing about it. What weight rod should I get for bass and bluegill and maybe some speckled trout. And ...more what type of reel should I get? Any cheap but good brand suggestions for my first combo?

    1. eastonsutley 0
      I'm with the wild child get an 8wt and get a tfo I got a lefty pro series it's the bees knees.
    2. fishaholic13 0
      @Cowboy713 I'd use it for almost only freshwater. And I was asking for a combo for Christmas so probably about 150 or something around there
    3. Chuck LaBruna 0
      @Cowboy713 Yeah that's kinda what I was getting at by "species diversity". If he is planning on FW/SW, which is the way I was thinkin he was gonna ...more go, I'd say 8wt. But I agree, if only FW than 6wt
    4. Chris Skinner 0
      With a 30-06 haha, as far as what setup to steer you towards, the guys are right, we need to know what your budget is, you need, rod, reel, backing, line, leader, ...more tippet, and of course flies
    5. Chris Skinner 0
      Problems with a 6, their not impossible, but a busted rod when your trying to learn fly fishing can be a real turnoff, just know that if you try to catch sunnies ...more on an 8, it's like hunting rabbits
    6. Chris Skinner 0
      Mostly thinking freshwater I'd stick with a 6wt, but if your going to pull double duty with it, I'm with @wyldechylde77 go with an 8wt, a 6wt is fine for ...more soecks, but reds, jacks, etc. will give you
    7. Chris Skinner 0
      @wyldechylde77 idk bud for bass/sunnies and the occasional speck id probably be lookin at a fast action 6wt, that said, @fishaholic13 how much saltwater use do you ...more actually plan on with it? If your
    8. Chuck LaBruna 0
      ..a bit more of a diversity with an 8wt rod in terms of species. Might be a little easier for a beginner as well. Sorry I couldn't get that rod out to you man. ...more What's your budget like?
    9. Chuck LaBruna 0
      I would say go for an 8wt rod, simply because you'll have a little more versatility in the size of flies you can throw. Especially for bass, it's easier ...more to throw larger flies. Also, you have more...
    10. dillon juarez 0
      A 5wt is a good starter wy
    11. dillon juarez 0
      I could tell you tons of good combos what's your budget
    12. MusicCityBass 0
      ...definately help you haha
    13. MusicCityBass 0
      @Cowboy713 @flybob these guys know more about rods and reels than me. If you have questions about flies i may be able to help you😉. I also tie flies so if you would ...more like to order some i can...
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    15. crookcody19 0
      @MusicCityBass @TennesseeTroutboy
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  9. Details: Black Drum with a Shrimp

    My first black drum ever! I caught it on live shrimp. The big boy took about 20 minutes to land and I cut my foot pretty bad in the process, but you gotta do it ...more for the fish.

    1. fishaholic13 0
      I know right. One of my biggest fish ever. @bgelske
    2. bgelske 0
      It's big for your first one
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  10. Details: Black Drum with a Shrimp

    The stupid thing you're willing to do to land a big fish... Such as run through an oyster bed barefooted to get your fish away from a piling

    1. cody93 0
      been there done that. ended up wading up on an oyster bar and lost balance in mud knee deep. sharks became present quite quickly
    2. fishaholic13 0
      Doin just about everything to prevent it; antibiotic, antibiotic cream, washin it, band aids. Everything lol @bomber1
    3. Edward Pease Bomber1 0
      Keep that clean. You don't want a case of necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh eating bacteria.
    4. fishaholic13 0
      I didn't even notice I was cut Until some guy was lik "you know you cut your foot right?" An I look down and there's blood every where. All the ...more adrenaline I guess😂😂 @CJS21
    5. fishaholic13 0
      Well as you probably know when you have a big fish you don't really think so when I saw the fish going around the piling I jumped in and started going after ...more it trying to get it away from the piling.
    6. GizmosBait 0
      I know you're pain, after I had that happen I got crocs so I wouldn't have to worry about that anymore.
    7. fishaholic13 0
      Thanks man😂😂 @fisherfly7
    8. Hunter Hill 0
      You are a dedicated person and now my role model
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