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  1. cabelas guide gear wind stopper jacket

    Quote Originally Posted by hookn1 View Post
    If ur looking for an awesome fishing jacket..here is my personal review on the wind stopper...being we r supposed to be getting snow I thought it may be fitting for the weather ..

    http://hookn1.blogspot.com/2014/01/c...acket.html?m=0
    Casey, question:
    Looked at Cabela's web site and looked at reviews.
    All were 5 star except one.
    Cons: Mentioned the sleeve snag
    Warm when dry
    runs slightly small
    long time to ...
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  2. Seabrook 6/3

    Quote Originally Posted by Kayak_jocky View Post
    I fished seabrook Sunday evening and Monday morning...I usually avoid this spot due to the current but with the small tides it was fine. Sunday pm had a falling tide and the fishing was very slow. A few croaker and that was all.

    Monday morning I waited for seabrook marina to open at 7 so I could get live shrimp. Once on the water 15 min later I didn't feel too guilty for sleeping in. The incoming tide was a little better but still not many trout. I pulled in 7 stingrays, 4 11.5"
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  3. Redfish Rumble...Where are YOU fishing???

    Quote Originally Posted by Kayak_jocky View Post
    I've never fished down there, but the grand bayou rd. area looks good on the satellite pics. Can you just launch on the side of the road there?
  4. Magnolia

    Quote Originally Posted by chiefbigeasy View Post
    I have been checking on Magnolia whenever I am in the area. On Wednesday, I checked again and noted that although the muck is still there, the level has gone down. That is, a lot of the muck has sunk and you can start to see some water breaking the surface. Also, it appears that someone I am assuming kayaks or canoes has been launching because there is a straight column where the muck is even more subsided. In other words, I believe it is possible to launch a kayak at Magnolia and paddle through
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  5. Just getting started

    I have been fishing for as long as I can remember, though I was never blessed to have access to a conventional powered boat me and my father were in the canoe or on the banks of any water we could find. As a young boy fishing taught me a lot about patience, and the rewards of having it, also I found it to be an escape from problems, and a time to self reflect. I would fish all day even if they weren't biting ,for me it was the experience. I remember saving the money that my mom gave me to go to ...

    Updated 02-26-2013 at 02:50 AM by JMKing87

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