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#10987804 - 07/19/15 09:50 PM Sabine Lake is coming on strong
Capt. Lindy Hebert Offline
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Registered: 07/15/10
Posts: 198
Loc: Texas
July 18, 2015 Light House Cove, did not waste much time there. The people outnumbered the fish. The Texas side of the Sabine Pass Jetties was terrible. The winds out of the west, just muddied up the water and it was rough. So, went into the main body of Sabine Lake. First cast, a Speckled Trout. The Specks apparently moved from the Pass into Sabine Lake. The Trout action was pretty much non-stop all day. When the action slowed down and had a bunch of specks in the ice chest. We worked the Louisiana Shoreline in search of some Flounder. We started catching Flounder on the first cast. Probably caught 6 or 7 Flounders in thirty minutes. They were small, but hungry. All the Flounder were caught in the mouths of the bayous. Caught Redfish while working the shoreline. Saw a couple of shrimp jumping around in the waters edge, that was good to see. Caught a few on live shrimp, but most of the fish were caught on Gulp's, Bass Assasins, and Rattle Traps. The fishing action seems more like Spring than Summer. With all the fresh water we have had this year, the fishing patterns have changed. The fish are still trying to do what they always do (eat, reproduce, and eat some more). So, if the fish have to make adjustments, then the successful fisherman, must do the same. Check out the new web site www.luckylindycharters



Edited by Capt. Lindy Hebert (07/19/15 09:50 PM)
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#10988968 - 07/20/15 01:39 PM Re: Sabine Lake is coming on strong [Re: Capt. Lindy Hebert]
crawdaddct Offline
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Registered: 04/30/11
Posts: 428
Loc: Kingwood, TX
Thanks for the report. Sounds like they may be getting close to going into a summertime pattern.

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#10989194 - 07/20/15 03:47 PM Re: Sabine Lake is coming on strong [Re: Capt. Lindy Hebert]
reelswift Offline
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Registered: 01/26/13
Posts: 465
Rayburn still about 5 feet over pool so they are still releasing large volume of water. Hope the strong incoming tides with the full moon bring the salt level up for a good summer patern.

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