1. Details: Gulf Flounder with a 1/4 ounce Jig head with a 3" mullet colored gulp shrimp

    Fishing today with @marcsmanben in a shallow flat by some marsh where we caught 5 flounder and a mangrove. This was mid morning with the sun fully out on an incoming ...more tide. Earlier in the morning around 8:00 I threw my hull on the edge of a submerged sandbar and a 34" snook sucked in my bait. He jumped about 6 times. 3 were right by my kayak and then came off with half his body in the net

  2. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a poppa dog

    I've been studying my butt off to get through exam week and all I want to do is fish but I only get 2 days of fishing thanks to my lacrosse coach who scheduled ...more 4 games over Spring Break all vs....

    1. greatness627 0
      You're welcome bud. Appreciate the follow. Look forward to your blerts/tips/advice & fishing stories. 👍
    2. walkermaze 0
      Thanks! @greatness627
    3. greatness627 0
      I know what you mean buddy. Good luck in your games.
    4. walkermaze 0
      Hahaha ya I wish! That would be great! @greatness627
    5. greatness627 0
      Sounds like you need to get your coach out on the water. I'm sure he'd leave spring break open once he hooked a few reds. 👍
    6. walkermaze 0
      Thanks! @ReelGame
    7. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      Great catch good luck on your games
    8. walkermaze 0
      The top ranked teams in the state and out if state. But I guess that's what it takes if we want that state championship ring. But on my 2 days off this is all ...more I'm lolling forward to! Some big reds!
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  3. Details: Largemouth Bass with a green texas rigged fluke

    Underwater shot of a bass I got today in my fluke

    1. walkermaze 0
      Thanks! @yakattacker24
    2. KJenkins24 0
      Great picture!
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  4. Details: Largemouth Bass with a rattle trap

    Caught this bass slow rolling a rattle trap near the bottom of the lake. He was about 6.5 pounds and gave me a REAL good fight

    1. walkermaze 0
      I fish all around lake Mary. Anywhere from Alaqua lakes, Alaqua, wing field north, heathrow, to magnolia. If there's water, there's fish so I fish anywhere ...more @fishingwisper
    2. Nick Plavetic 0
      What lake do you fish.what nieboorhood or golfcorse is it
    3. phillyfisher23 0
    4. walkermaze 0
      @lnorris I don't know whenever you want
    5. walkermaze 0
      Silver and blue @phillyfisher23
    6. lnorris 0
      When we going
    7. phillyfisher23 0
      Nice bass bro! What color rattle trap?
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  5. Details: Largemouth Bass with a 6" finesse worm

    This was my set up from tonight: 2ft long ice rod with 4lb test and a 6" finesse worm. It was over cast with a light breeze and a temp of 58 and water temp ...more around the same. It rained for the last...

    1. walkermaze 0
      Couple days and had cloud cover every night so I think the bass were hungry and ate whatever was infront of them. That helped me and Ben catch out 50! Once again, ...more ice pole fishing is a BLAST! Try it!!
  6. Details: Largemouth Bass with a rattle trap

    Caught this guy in the middle of a lake with a rattle trap near the bottom. It was cold, windy and cloudy

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    2. walkermaze 0
      The lake you showed me a long time ago. Instead of turning right to your old house you go straight all the way and it's the lake on the right @lnorris
    3. lnorris 0
      Which lake is that?
    4. walkermaze 0
      Thanks! @rellis1 @bassinboy01
    5. Jacob Breaux 0
      Nice info and fish man. That's a fatty!
    6. RyanEllis 0
      Nice one man!
    7. Denton Apple 0
      So did u catch it with a rattle trap or Texas rig because u said both??
    8. walkermaze 0
      Thanks @fishforlife123
    9. fishforlife123 0
      Nice little pig @walkermaze
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  7. Details: Spotted (Speckled) Trout with a doa shrimp

    One of the biggest ones we caught in the hole of little trout. I was just slow rolling a clear and yellow doa shrimp off a grass and sand bottom

    1. walkermaze 0
      That's just how I bought it @fishfoe
    2. fishfoe 0
      How did u make that lipgrip multicolored?
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  8. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a big top water plugs

    Please help! Any advice will help!

    1. lnorris 0
      7'0 shimano Claris
    2. Texas_Slam 0
      St croix best way to go
    3. Jacob DeRamus 0
      Falcon had great rod for only 70-80$
    4. coltsjesse 0
      Yeah @matt_brockman is right and also the a lot of the flats blues break easy
    5. j_reyes 0
      flats blue Wright & McGill
    6. Jake Jake 0
      st croix avid series is a great stick. ive got 3
    7. Matt Matt 0
      Guide series inshore tournament rod. It's a great rod for topwater but I would say put a 4000 on it.
    8. Matt Matt 0
      I am going to agree with @coltsjesse I tried one of those out and it was maybe a $60 rod and corroded easily even tho I washed it after every time in saltwater. ...more I would suggest the gander mountain
    9. coltsjesse 0
      Dont get a flats blue get a good rod like a calico jack, redbone, st croix, or star rod
    10. Christiank 0
      Shimano Convergence is what I have paired with my stradic and works great!!
    11. eastonsutley 0
      All star rods!
    12. walkermaze 0
      Ya I can agree with that @QandQ_fishing_team
    13. corey cavanagh 0
      The best thing to do is take your rod to the shop and try it on different rods to get a feel how it balances out. The balance of a combo is a much bigger deal than ...more the overall combo weight
    14. corey cavanagh 0
      Anytime. I've had almost every rod and reel on the market at one time or another so I know what works best for me but everyone's different.
    15. walkermaze 0
      Thanks! I'll do more research on both of them! @QandQ_fishing_team
    16. corey cavanagh 0
      They both have a no questions asked return policy if u break them
    17. corey cavanagh 0
      Shimano teramar is a good heavier rod. It's not as finesse as some others but has alot more power. Also shimano compre inshore rod. It's lighter and more ...more sensitive than the teramar but not as tuff
    18. walkermaze 0
      I was thinking the same thing @QandQ_fishing_team and anything that's 120 and under
    19. corey cavanagh 0
      And what price range are u looking at for the rod?
    20. corey cavanagh 0
      Go with the 5000. Both 5000 and 4000 share the exact same body. The only difference is the 5000 comes with a much nicer handle and more line capacity
    21. Peyton Dalatri 0
    22. walkermaze 0
      Ok thanks! @theyakfisher 5000 or 4000 @QandQ_fishing_team
    23. seth179 0
      Falcon coastal xg
    24. corey cavanagh 0
      What size stradic r u getting?
    25. Peyton Dalatri 0
      I have used spooks and skitter walks im sure it could handle it
    26. walkermaze 0
      I've been looking at those for a while. They look really nice. Have you ever tried a big top water on it and does it walk the dog fine?
    27. Peyton Dalatri 0
      7"6 flats blue rod best rod i have ever used for salt water you can get what ever size but i have 2 7"6 and i love them
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  9. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a top water plugs

    Help with anything you can! Any advice is good! Thanks so much!

    1. charles113 0
      Shimmano Stella the best reel
    2. Texas_Slam 0
      Stradic ci4... Great reel
    3. brice shepard 0
      Sahara I have 3 no problems I've caught so many fish on them
    4. walkermaze 0
      Thanks guys!
    5. j_reyes 0
      I would get a pflueger trion $60 and would last a lifetime
    6. fishkrzy 0
      Stradic ci4+. I use them in salt they are fine. 4000 series
    7. Matt Matt 0
      I have a Saharah and nothing against it but I also have a stradic fj and I'm upgrading all my saltwater reels to fj, ci4, and ci4+.
    8. Jake Jake 0
      no doubt about the stradic
    9. eastonsutley 0
      Stradic is supper smooth not sure what the salt would do to it though.
    10. walkermaze 0
      Thank all you guys! Your advice will be used!
    11. nillgen99 0
      I have a tranx and love it
    12. coltsjesse 0
      The ci4 is a good saltwater reel
    13. Christian Holyoak 0
      Stradic. Best of the option you gave, but it had better be for the $200.
    14. corey cavanagh 0
      Can't go wrong with shimano. For saltwater I would recommend stradic, saros, or Spheros
    15. Will Engle 0
      I have the Sahara. I have no complaints, great reel for the price.
    16. southfloridainshore 0
      People say that the sabalos reel is good. If you want to spend $70-100 on a spinning reel i suggest that one
    17. Peyton Dalatri 0
    18. Christiank 0
      Shimano Stradic. I use it as a heavier spinning real for freshwater and it works great!!
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  10. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a live blue crab

    This is a monster red my cousins friend caught while try were fishing. Caught him on a live blue crab on the bottom. Does anyone know any good lures for night fishing ...more feel water for reds?

    1. james baylie 0
      I use yo zuri shrimp for trout, snook, small tarpon, and dum at night. But make sure to get the luminescent one so it glows.


I love fishing and I catch huge bass an some nice reds, trout and snook 🎣 I love kayaks but hate kayak fishing. I prefer to use them as travel ...more then get out and wade for more stealthy and thorough fishing