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Capt. Nathan's Wade Fishing Report; Seadrift, TX. 6/16/19 #13187844 06/17/19 01:57 AM
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Happy Fathers Day! I spent the day with a father son team wanting to learn summertime artificial tactics. With the wind conditions today it was a little tough, but we managed to find some trout green water mid morning and a had a 30-45 minute window with good solid bites.

After the nasty water moved in we spent the remainder of the day walking sandbars sight casting to reds and bigger trout. Fish were very spooky today.

July/August usually host more days of calmer winds, perfect for wade fishing or some great times sight casting reds in the miles of marsh around Seadrift, TX. Give me a call to book a trip before school and all the sports kick off again.
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Re: Capt. Nathan's Wade Fishing Report; Seadrift, TX. 6/16/19 [Re: Captain Nathan Beabout] #13188913 06/18/19 02:39 AM
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Re: Capt. Nathan's Wade Fishing Report; Seadrift, TX. 6/16/19 [Re: Captain Nathan Beabout] #13192707 06/21/19 10:28 PM
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Do you find the trout move farther out once July and August temps warm up the inshore water?


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Re: Capt. Nathan's Wade Fishing Report; Seadrift, TX. 6/16/19 [Re: Captain Nathan Beabout] #13193374 06/22/19 05:40 PM
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not necessarily, trout tend to start over the grass beds, and follow the bait out towards the sand/grass line each day. the number one thing that pushes our bait and fish off the shorelines this time of year is the boat traffic that feels the need to run on the bank. the more boat traffic you have the further out it pushes the fish. when folks burn the shoreline or run it because its calmer than 2-300 yards out. this is the biggest factor in my opinion. we could all quit wading waist to chest deep, if people would change their routes. when we go out during the middle of the week with no boat traffic we stay around the thigh to crotch deep mark, unless the tide is high. If you drive the food source off the grass, the predators have to follow.

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