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Where to go wade fishing. (Beginner) #13584818 06/06/20 02:25 AM
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Never been wade fishing inshore. I'm going to the coast the week of June 22 - 26 for a few days. Need some idea's on where to get started. Anywhere between Corpus and Seadrift. I'm looking to catch trout and reds. Thanks for any places to get started.

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Re: Where to go wade fishing. (Beginner) [Re: randfish] #13587343 06/08/20 04:39 PM
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If the surf calms enough you can catch some nice fish in the surf. I've always caught bigger trout in the surf than in shore in the summer months.

Re: Where to go wade fishing. (Beginner) [Re: David Welcher] #13587415 06/08/20 05:24 PM
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Thanks

Re: Where to go wade fishing. (Beginner) [Re: randfish] #13589162 06/09/20 11:54 PM
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You'll need wade fishing gear -- boots and shin guards to avoid sting rays, also wade fishing belt and stringer. Try Airport Flats near Rockport or even Little Bay in Rockport

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