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Old 01-21-2005, 12:08 AM
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Default Looking for Coastal Fishermen !

Greatings from Land Locked Tyler:

If anyone is interested in fishing the Upper OR Middle Texas Coast this Winter & Spring please let me know by replying to this posting or e-mail me at: klinger-j@sbcglobal.net

I am always looking for a Kayak Fishing partner or if you have a boat, that works for me also.

Right now is a good time to learn the coastal flats. The water is usually low, exposing bottom details hidden during the spring, summer & fall months when the water levels are deeper. Later this spring the weather is usually unpredicable with spring fronts & rains.
The best weekends based on the current charts are: Jan 21, Feb 4, Feb 18, March 4 & April 1 & April 29.

Let Me Know.
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Do you get a chance to cast to any tailing reds during that time???

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Hello SaltyFly Jack:

Welcome aboard. Thanks for the post and please keep on posting!!!

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SaltyFly, Please check my post on the "Looking for a Partner" forum. I'm kinda' a kayak fishing wannabe. Never in one before. Is there a place near you, on the coast, that rents the Prowler 13' or a Wilderness 140 that is fully outfitted for fly fishing :?: I have 8&9wt tackle and flys. dongreife@hotmail.com
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Do you get a chance to cast to any tailing reds during that time???

TB
Yes, Reds will enter the shallow water once the sun or warm fronts have a chance to warm up the shallows. IE, later mornings & afternoons. A cold front or cool nights will drop the shallow water temp which pushes the reds to deeper water.
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