Hearing from Port O’Connor and Headed for Houston Bayous Saturday

| September 26, 2013 | 1 Comment

FLY FISHING PORT O’CONNOR TEXAS

Heard the fish are tearing Clint Keating (CK) up in between the jetties at Port O’Connor, Texas. They’re fly fishing there for jack crevalle, but apparently having their you-know-what’s handed to them by an onslaught of king mackerel that are shredding flies, and leaders. There were three hooked jacks yesterday, but none landed. Apparently, it was a twenty minute fight before losing one of them. I wish I knew what was keeping them from landing fish?

IN HOUSTON

Here in Houston, Texas, and just back from a photo shoot at Rice University. What a beautiful place full of big brains! Anyway, part two of the visit to Houston now begins to take some shape. I won’t be distracted …
So, other than the trip into the downtown Houston “bayous” – always in quotes because I don’t think concrete drainage ditches are technically “bayous” – on Saturday, I would love a few Houston readers to chime in on where I could go today and tomorrow. You can twitter message me @texasflycaster or text me at 940-380-0408. Send me to your fish Houston!

Oh yeah, I forgot, I met an astronaut today. I couldn’t bring myself to ask him about who built the moon.

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Category: Culture on the Skids, East Texas, Fishing Reports, Gulf Coast Report, Texas Gulf Coast

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  1. Okay, Pin a medal on this guy – http://www.fishinginthewoodlands.com/
    I am just a little old to ALWAYS REMEMBER “Google is your friend” you know.

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