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Sargent trip...what to expect? #14136301 09/21/21 01:20 AM
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I am taking some family on a guide trip in Sargent and just wondering what we can expect to catch! We would love a mix of rat reds and bulls as well as a box full of specks. Any chance we can load up on some flounder? Any other species we should request to target? We will be there later this week!

Re: Sargent trip...what to expect? [Re: bassadict69] #14136363 09/21/21 02:39 AM
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Trifecta is good, trout, reds, flounder. Nothing else with the exception of a rare triple tail would add to those three.


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Re: Sargent trip...what to expect? [Re: bassadict69] #14137514 09/22/21 11:17 AM
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Thanks guys! The Tx limits will take some getting use to being that we are from Louisiana, but we are looking forward to the trip!

Re: Sargent trip...what to expect? [Re: bassadict69] #14143669 09/28/21 04:24 AM
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The guide should be able to put you on some good fish. If you are staying overnight see if your house has a pier with lights. The homes on the Intercoastal & the homes on Caney Creek have some great night fishing. Light spinning tackle and a supply of crappie size baits on 1/16 (tied double or tandem rigged) should get you some action. Note daily trout but if you're a good flounder fisherman you may find a few.
Tight lines!

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