"If you've never had the opportunity to "gig flounder" at night...welcome to a new adventure! Not only are Flounder one of the most sought-after and best-tasting fish the Texas Gulf Coast has to offer, they are caught in a very unique way - at night - when it's cooler! As an added bonus, we can gig sheepshead and black drum too! I have a first-class boat with high wattage lighting that allows us to see the flounder in shallow water. And when you look above, the sky puts on a great show. Combined, these two things make for an unforgettable evening on the water. You'll want to do it again and again because there's just nothing else like it."
Its still a bit of a grind on most nights do to the past few weeks of heavy rain and coastal flooding. The flounder have been pretty well scattered with the tide being up so high. Lately the pattern for flounder has been consistent, with them being scattered out on the flats. This makes for a bit of a grind on most nights being that the water is muddy and high. But on nights where the conditions are calm and no rain in the forecast it has been a lot more easy to find them. Right now our trips are running anywhere from 4-6 hours. Drum and sheepshead are still around and make for some nice bonus fish!! We are looking forward to a STRO... Read Full Report