Posted by Capt. Scott Wagner on February 3, 2016 at 18:28 pm
This week provided us with light and variable winds, crystal clear water, and large schools of reds that were very happy! Showing up at a flat and you start seeing fish waking before you shut the boat down you know it’s going to be a fun day. Hopefully after this next front swings through we can get a nice string of days with light winds and high sun. Keep your fingers crossed.
Posted by Capt. Scott Wagner on January 25, 2016 at 09:51 am
John with his 1st red on fly. Looks like another Chris Webber pattern hanging out that fish’s mouth
My neighbor John got a fly rod and was ready to put it to good use on some reds. John had never done salt water fly fishing, but had been practicing on the bass ponds around his office. A little practice had paid off. After a couple of eats that he missed John put the stick to a nice red. I’m always stressed when some one wants to get their first red on fly. John got it done and his dad ended up hooking into a good’n later in the day. Getting the first one is always the toughest. Nothing can ruin a mans cast faster than a school of 25-50 reds coming at him !