Captain Timothy's trip absolutely filled the board with redfish and speckled trout!
"So, minus the weird weather, and abnormally high tides, fishing has been great. I've been bypassing the bait shops and going straight to the cast net for finger mullet. Due to the freeze this year, bait and their predators have been a little behind schedule. We're just really starting to see good five to six inch mullet in the flats for reds. Casting at flooded shorelines with sand pockets have been producing awesome sized redfish. Carolina rigged with egg sinker above the swivel. Top waters or Nacho Daddy's Spoons work great also!" - Captain Troy
"Decker Lake - Fishing continues to be good overall, but it is slowing a bit with the cooling weather. It has the fish scattered a bit between shallow and deep. Our best success is coming during lowlight hours using drop shot rigged finesse worms in submerged vegetation in 4-9 ft of water!" - Captain Ander
Captain Carson posing with a pig of a bass!
This family had a great time getting on the speckled trout with Captain Dean!
"Fishing last week before tropical storm moved through was good. A lot of redfish, which are starting to school up, we caught most on DOA c.a.l. shad in dark colors. The fishing after all the rain and wind has stalled out and the bite is almost non existent. Fishing will be great after a couple more days!" -Captain Kevin
Another great day full of speckled trout with Captain Mitch!