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Spring Redfish Action, Sabine Lake #12647059
02/26/18 05:34 AM
02/26/18 05:34 AM
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Capt. Lindy Hebert Offline OP
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Redfish action has not slowed down, despite high winds, and flood waters still coming down the river. Sabine Lake to Sabine Pass has plenty of action, if you don't mind a little wind, or possibly rain this time of year. Curly Tail Gulps worked as well as Live Shrimp , fishing close to shore lines. Seemed to be better Redfish near rocks or some sort of structure. I passed up a bunch of Redfish Tournament fishermen on their way to Pt. Arthur for the upcoming tournament. They should not have any problem catching Redfish, there are plenty. Follow me on facebook, or check out my new updated website Luckylindycharters.com

Re: Spring Redfish Action, Sabine Lake [Re: Capt. Lindy Hebert] #12662479
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