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TEXAS SALTWATER

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LOWER LAGUNA MADRE

Drift or Wade Fishing for Red Drum commonly known as Redfish or Reds and the Speckled Trout or more often called Trout or Specs.

The Spotted Seatrout is an opportunistic carnivore and prefer shallower bays and inlets with oyster beds and seagrass beds that attract prey species.  Anglers can blind cast across these areas while drifting or wading. Although they will readily take bait or lures fished in deeper water, this doesn’t compare to the excitement of watching them inhale a lure in shallow water.

 

Red drums prefer shallow waters around 1-4 feet deep. Stalking the shallow grass flats for reds is the ultimate challenge for wade anglers. A phenomenon called "tailing" occurs when a red drum feeds in shallow water with their head down in the grass and the tail exposed to the air. The thrill of spotting a cruising redfish, casting directly to it, and then watching it strike has caused a sight-casting popularity of anglers looking to increase their knowledge of this specialized fishing technique. Book now and experience sight-casting first hand.

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The 24' Majek Reeper is built for a smooth ride with a stable platform for fishing. Capt. Roger utilizes the tool to transport you to your adventures in fishing.