Tag: gulf coast fly fishing

How to Catch Flounder on Fly Rod – Part 2

| November 28, 2012 | 2 Comments

One of my guests Leslie Kregel with her flounder caught in Galveston, TX
My special guest this Black Friday was Leslie, and she persisted to catch this nice flounder in Galveston, Texas.

If you missed part one on catching flounder with a fly rod, then you may want to look back at the post “In The Woodlands …” which started with the fly selection for Galveston and Texas Gulf Coast area flounder fishing with a fly rod.

As you recall,


Catch a Falling Knife – Before the Point Breaks on the Monday Morning Sidewalk

| November 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

A weekend that passed for not much fly fishing around North Texas as the wind took us to and fro before finally allowing a cool front to pass gingerly through the DFW area of North Texas. The front appeared to pick up steam as it headed into East Texas, so I guess the talking heads are already standing in front of piles of rubble, looking for the most distraught person they can find to cry on camera – after the two minute break. We’ve had such a cool snap here that I find myself considering the rainbows at the Blue


Stepping off at San Luis Pass

| June 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

The sun was trying to rise as I parked at the broken down white gazebo just off the San Luis Pass bridge. I was the first one there, and no one else was in sight. Huge cumulus clouds with immature mushroom shapes were hiding the sun, and rain was reaching down below some to the Gulf of Mexico. Typical fare for June in some years.

Old photograph of the Land Cruiser and landscape and around the San Luis Pass area.

There were a lot of things I didn’t bother to


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