1. Details: Red (redfish) Drum

    Guy right next to me catches this 30" red about 1:30 am on the east pier in Palacios, TX

  2. Details: Spotted (Speckled) Trout

    it's time for specks under the lights! they hit this super spook jr, a pearl rat l trap w/red head, and gulp chartreuse swimming mullet. So top water was a fun ...more challenge but the gulp bounced off the bottom produced more fish. this was in Palacios Tx on the pavilion pier, big black drum swimming near but didn't have the right bait for him

    1. alanleealanlee 0
      any keepers?
  3. Details: Spanish Mackerel

    My dad sent me this pic from last Sunday at the packery channel. He said the guy next to him caught a nice bull red, so not bad last week at packery, I'll probably ...more head to matagorda next week and do some surf fishing

  4. Details: Largemouth Bass

    my brother sent me this pic to show he's a better bass fisherman than me, caught in a big pond right next to the Colorado River, private property in El Campo ...more TX

  5. on a trip to Ohio for work and I found a pond behind a target store so I had to buy a $10 rod and reel to try it out, I've heard people call these largemouth ...more gills, mouth opens wide like a lmb

    1. Collin Collin 0
      The Teeny Wee Craw is one of my absolute favorites. You can add in the species by using the edit option at top right hand corner for future reference @rozuna
    2. cppwfs 0
      It's a green sunfish
    3. rozuna 0
      cool thanks @wyldechylde77 I'm usually in salt water so I'm rusty on freshwater species and I couldn't find them on Wikipedia
    4. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Largemouth Gills? That's a new one, haha! You can tell them that they are called Green Sunfish, because that's exactly what they are. 😉
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  6. Details: Atlantic Croaker with a live shrimp fishing bottom

    not much today, just this croaker and some hard heads but better than nothing. Just glad to finally get a weekend off call and get to some salt water. Gonna have ...more to head to Galveston soon since there's so many good blerts

    1. Matt Dobson 0
      Fun getting out there anyway, never know what's going to pickup your shrimp.
  7. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a TCD

    My brother was thinking about trying the texas city dike this morning, anyone have any advice on what to use or how far down to go? Thanks!

    1. rozuna 0
      cool appreciate it
    2. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      yup throw it out whole depending on the size towards the end of the dike
    3. rozuna 0
      cool @ReelGame , they are catching little pig fish, have you ever had any luck with these
    4. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      live shrimp on a popping cork works good also
    5. rozuna 0
      thanks man @ThatOneFisher
    6. ThatOneFisher 0
      Or mullet
    7. ThatOneFisher 0
      Fish across from the boat dock and use crab
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  8. Details: Sheepshead with a fresh dead shrimp

    Mom breaking in her new combo with this 18" Sheepshead. We were near a boat ramp up river in Matagorda, you can see the bridge in the background

    1. alfafish 0
      Nice sheepy
    2. rozuna 0
    3. jurssica 0
      That's a nice sheepshead!
    4. rozuna 0
    5. rozuna 0
      yeah I think it's the 5500 with a 7' mh all star inshore rod
    6. Andrew Alonzo 0
      is that an ambassador combo?
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  9. Details: Sand Trout with a cut croaker and dead shrimp

    caught a bunch of sand trout, a speck, and a good size whiting while night fishing on the pavilion pier in Palacios, TX. Would appreciate it if you guys could add ...more this location, thanks.

    1. willohbee 0
      Slaughtered em'
    2. rozuna 0
    3. Txfisherman713 R 0
      Nice catch by the way..
    4. Txfisherman713 R 0
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  10. this is a pic of a speck my buddy caught a couple of weeks ago


From El Campo TX, love to fish any water any where, from Galveston down to Padre. And always remember that Jesus wanted fisherman to follow him. ...more So we're on the right track!