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Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum #13620324 07/06/20 02:13 AM
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It's summertime and the saltwater at Port Aransas is on fire. Black drum and redfish are schooled up. We're getting ready for the Woody's Powderpuffs tournament; so we're just out here looking for fish to make sure we can catch them.

Using freelined live shrimp, we cast into the schools with light tackle and bring in some descent fish for dinner. Hope you enjoyed the video and get something useful out of it.
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Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13620399 07/06/20 03:35 AM
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Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13620468 07/06/20 09:25 AM
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Strummin' the drums- nice !! rock

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Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: banker-always fishing] #13620486 07/06/20 10:21 AM
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Enjoyed the video. Thanks for sharing. thumb

Thank you for your always kind messages! Tim


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Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: psalty] #13620487 07/06/20 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by psalty
Srummin' the drums- nice !! rock

Thank you for your supportive message. Tim


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Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13622327 07/07/20 05:19 PM
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Looks like everyone was having a great time. Love me some drum. food

Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13622809 07/07/20 10:11 PM
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Great video. you track them down with live scope? I heard garmin put out an adapter for its livescope system that is supposed to be good in the shallow water like down at the texas coast.


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Glad you know about drum, and how great they are. Thanks for your support.
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Originally Posted by carb
Great video. you track them down with live scope? I heard garmin put out an adapter for its livescope system that is supposed to be good in the shallow water like down at the texas coast.

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Re: Port Aransas Fishing for Redfish and Blackdrum [Re: Skunked Again Fishing] #13624449 07/09/20 11:45 AM
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Fun video! Get’s me pumped for our trip next week down near there.

Just curious, when you’re fishing for those drums/reds. Do you ever use popping corks with your shrimp? Does it make a difference one way or another? Any tips you provide on what to be looking for?

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Originally Posted by FishWrangler2
Fun video! Get’s me pumped for our trip next week down near there.

Just curious, when you’re fishing for those drums/reds. Do you ever use popping corks with your shrimp? Does it make a difference one way or another? Any tips you provide on what to be looking for?

Yes, I've used popping corks also. Most of the time, I prefer the simplicity of freeline. Once the current gets to the point where it's difficult to get the freeline to where it needs to go, I'll switch to popping cork and carolina rigged.

You getting pumped about the trip there next week is music to my ears. Knowing that you can find your own fish is very rewarding. I'll also be in PortA again this coming week. Good luck!
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