Member since: September 25, 2018



Primarily East Central Coast Inshore and West Central Coast Offshore fisherman. Baits of choice are : DOA paddle tails with jigs. Super Spook top water Gulp shrimp Boat: Gheenoe Lowsider

    Fishing is on Fire

    May 23, 2020

    Hit the island houses early this morning around 4:30am. Lined up on the east side of the island and worked the dock with a top dog. Almost every cast got exploded on. Set a PB on trout with a solid 27.5ish. Hit a slam within an hour. Bait was getting crashed everywhere. Landed several slot to over slot snook, a few jacks, trout, and some nice keeper size reds. Top water, gold DOA shrimp with the rattle and tipped with shrimp fish bites landed the reds, snook on top, doa shrimp, and DOA white paddle tails.

      Inlet South

      May 10, 2020

      Knowing that the ramps would be slammed, the spots would be pressured, and my time on the water was limited to a few hours, I decided to roll out without sleep at around 5:15am. Hit Jorgensons landing with 2 dozen shrimp, fiddlers, and my arsenal of artificials. Hit a few trout ranging from 12-18” on Yo-Zuri pencils, around the mangroves, but didn’t get my normal snook blowups.


        April 26, 2020

        Got out early by my standards (6:45am) with the intention of working some new grounds off of Pineda Cwsy. The water was crystal clear and I could see a ton of sheeps head, mangroves, and […]

          Eye Contact/ White Trash House Boat/Easter Snook

          April 12, 2020

          After a month of non stop working, I decided today would be the day I hit the water. Got out just after 3pm and headed to the waters around Johns fish camp. Started off throwing Grey gulp in crawshrimp. First cast way up into the mangroves and I got blasted. It was if that fish wanted to make it beyond clear that today was not her day, as she literally ran straight out of there at my boat, clearly made eye contact with me, winked at me, and broke me off. Now irritated by the eye contact that red put on me, I retied and went back to work.

            Inlet South

            February 23, 2020

            I was up earlier than normal fully motivated to let some fish know that we weren’t playing games today. Then I got to the boat dock…feel free to write this down. The letter “I,” the letter “D,” the number “10” and the letter “T.” After donkeying about trying to figure out why I was ready to donate my motor to the sandy bottom, I realized that turning the fuel line off last night was the culprit. Yeah, that guy.

              Bite Was Good Today

              February 16, 2020

              Woke up quick, at about noon… It’s been a busy past few weeks working and I finally got the chance to sleep in and fish. Perfect. The bite started out pretty slow with a single small snook and a catfish using gulf shrimp in grey. Glass minnows were everywhere so I went with a twitch bait, nothing. I could hear bait getting busted on deep in the mangroves, so I went back to gulp, but this time a Grey Curley tail. Skipped a few under and SLAM. Hooked up on a nice 22” red. A few casts later and I hit a 20” snook.

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