Stalking Reds on the Texas Coast

TexAg09

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Howdy everyone,

I just wanted to let y'all know that Texas Backcountry Hunters and Anglers is organizing a trip to fish for redfish Oct 18-20. That time of year is the peak time for reds, so if you didn't draw the tag you wanted or aren't busy with archery season in TX come get after some bull reds. PM me with any questions.

https://www.backcountryhunters.org/texas_coast_kayak_fishing_trip?recruiter_id=439627

https://www.facebook.com/events/679127192519818/?notif_t=plan_user_joined&notif_id=1558381407390614
 

TexanSam

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I would definitely be down pending I don't draw a certain wyoming tag I am very hopeful for
 

TexAg09

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I just wanted to bump this post because this trip is NEXT MONTH! Right now we have about 20 folks going. It should be a great time getting after some reds with BHA! So if you are interested in joining us please shoot me an email at codywschroeder@gmail.com. I plan on emailing the group late next week with final info so everyone has plenty of time to finalize their plans.
 

RockinU

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Man I'd like to go, but will just be back from CO...might cause issues if we bomb right back out the door.

We put in at Goose Island all the time, take your skeeter spray, and watch your stringer for big dinosaur lizards...
 

Frazier

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Sounds like fun. Our peak time for the bulls is a little later than yours. Love catching them. Best of luck! I’ll be chasing a different kind of bull during those dates
 

RobG

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Maybe next year. I have some of my good memories of Texas fly fishing that area for redfish when I lived there, but I have only been back once in the last 20 years.

I liked that cover on the BHA Journal too; it looked like hill country.
 
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