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#11651475 - 06/07/16 02:02 AM Sight Casting Reds; Seadrift, TX
Captain Nathan Beabout Offline
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Registered: 01/10/16
Posts: 287
Loc: Seadrift, Tx
In my opinion Seadrift, TX is one of the best places to sight cast big reds on the Middle Coast. Whether it's in the clear protected marsh of Matagorda Island, or along the miles of grass flats covering the outside shorelines. Seeing that fish cruise the flat and having the opportunity to present a lure to them in such a way they can't turn it down is hard to beat, it definitely gets the blood pumping! N&M Sportsman's Adventures is a full-time guide operation, and I am always looking for ways to expand the experience of saltwater fishing to the outdoorsman/woman.

Let me share my knowledge and expertise of how to spot these fish, and present a lure to them. Watching one of these big reds inhale a lure and immediately strip line off your reel, is something you have to experience for yourself.

Feel free to bring your own equipment, but a must have is a excellent pair of polarized sunglasses.

These trips are meant for 1-2 people because I have a 6ft tower with a 3ft pedestal in front, to give each angler a birds eye view of the fish.

Sight casting trips:
1 person-$450
2 person-$500





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#11674144 - 06/17/16 08:00 PM Re: Sight Casting Reds; Seadrift, TX [Re: Captain Nathan Beabout]
Captain Nathan Beabout Offline
Angler

Registered: 01/10/16
Posts: 287
Loc: Seadrift, Tx
Had a fun morning today, with the clear skies and low winds the reds were easy to spot. Even saw some 6-7 pound trout. We did have some refusals, but it's still fun seeing them cruise the shore.




Edited by Captain Nathan Beabout (06/17/16 08:00 PM)

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