Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Xmass and Flamingo Reds Video

Hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and a Happy new year! My good friend Alain of Soflobassfishing on youtube took a trip to the everglades where the reds were fired up! Here is the footage:

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Happy thanksgiving

Hope everyone's having a great thanksgiving, hopefully you all get what you want on Black Friday.

Tight lines- Dave

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Stormy Bass Fishing on Piney-Z Lake

Went out a while ago with two buddies to fish the trolling motor only lake of Piney-Z. Ended up catching a few nice bass until the weather made up head in. Off the water and having breakfast at Jim and Milts BBQ by10am. Another good Springtime bass fishing day!

Thursday, May 24, 2012

A Day in the Marsh (video)

Haven't Been able to post in quite sometime. School is the priority and Ive had little time to fish. I did how ever make a video from a recent trip in to St. Marks Marsh. Hope you enjoy it:

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Piney-Z Pre Spring Spawn Bass

Took a ride over to Piney-Z, lugged the Gheenoe by hand down to the launch. Headed out as the sun was coming up. Worked topwater baits, a few casts in boated a nice 4.5lb bass. Caught a few more on top water until the sun came up when we switched to senko style paddle tail worms rigged weedless. Ended up catching around 15 bass averaging around 3lbs each. Great day on the water.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

April Flounder in the Marsh

Arrived at the marsh to a low incoming tide. We saw many reds but never could hook up. We caught a nice flounder and plenty of trout throwing DOA Paddle tails. We also caught a Nice trout the was attacked by a shark, dolphin, or alligator.

Monday, April 2, 2012

April Fools in the Bayou

Took a trip out to take advantage of the incoming tide all day, was expecting to have 10-15mph winds and a chance of thunder storms but the weather man was apparently pulling an April fool’s joke as it was less than 5mph winds all day. It was very foggy and misting in the morning when we launched but eventually turned into sunny blue bird skies. Started throwing top water and had a few blow ups and eventually hooked up to a little red. Continued fishing and caught some nice trout. We moved over to an oyster bar that was just covered by the tide, immediately saw tailing fish, Cast, hooked up to a nice 31” spotless Redfish. Snapped some pictures and it was safely released. Moved deeper into the bayou and caught a fair share of reds and trout. We then cruised home to the wonderful scenery of the Saint Marks Wildlife refuge and the beautiful spring weather. Until next time, tight lines