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#12373591 - 08/05/17 09:52 AM A break from work
doctorliver Offline

Registered: 10/10/10
Posts: 135
Loc: Cypress, Texas
Well, the summer months are usually light on the fishing and heavy on the work. Haven't had much time to get out, fish, and enjoy the outdoors as much as I would like to, butI did manage to come home early one afternoon and walk out to the pond armed with my 5 wt. a few top water foam spiders and other fly's in search of small bream and bass. The evening was a little cooler than the last few evenings, and the wind had quieted down so a foam spider was, in my opinion, the best choice. I did manage to land several small bream who were hungry and a few small bass. My last fish of the day was a small 1 lb bass which ended up being the picture of the day. Looking forward to the fall and winter months. Sold my old Kayak and bought a pedal drive kayak for the fall fishing in the creeks. Also set up a 9wt rod and reel. Been considering saltwater fishing, but need to seriously educate myself on tactics, locations, and fish.


#12373670 - 08/05/17 11:21 AM Re: A break from work [Re: doctorliver]
karstopo Online   content

Registered: 05/22/16
Posts: 476
Loc: Brazoria County
Nice. I skipped on the bay/marsh trip this morning with the radar not looking all that great. Tossed a bucktail streamer for a minute on the lake and got a bass about like yours.

September, October, November are prime months for the salt. It's a good time of the year to break into some inshore saltwater action.


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