Before I ever got a kayak, paddleboard, or even a baitcasting reel I fished the San Saba River. I had fished other rivers, creeks, and ponds before the San Saba, but the San Saba River was one of the first “wild” rivers that started my path to where I am today. On this trip, I had an opportunity to return to the San Saba River and try to catch some Largemouth Bass.Read More
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The month of May 2015 was a rough one for the state of Texas, and much of the southwest. With multiple rivers flooding, severe weather, and a truly unpredictable weather pattern, doing any fishing was very difficult.
Although I didn't catch any big ones, this trip to the Brazos River near Lake Possum Kingdom was a long awaited one. I do not know how many weekends I waited for an opening to go do some fishing. Luckily, I was able to take out my Jackson Kayak Big Tuna and catch a few fish.
I didn't expect to catch much considering Texas had just recieved some severe ice storms, nonetheless I hooked into an above average fish.Read More
In general, most people will not recognize Texas as a state with crystal clear pristine water and cool running trout streams. While for the most part this is correct, these people also couldn't be more wrong. This is my trip of the Devils River, and boy was it a good one!Read More