After a tough week at work, I needed to get out of the house and spend some time on the water. Although I don’t have much to report regarding the fishing, some people might be interested in the water level on the Pedernales. Needless to say, with multiple 100+ days in a row, the water […]
Although I had a ton of stuff to do today at work, against my better judgement, I took off early and went out to Reimers Ranch to pick up an annual pass and see if there were any white bass that were hungry for a fly. The $10 a visit admission fee has been adding […]
On Saturday, I had a little extra time to fill while my son was at a birthday party. So I did some chores around the house. Well, that’s what my wife would have preferred. As you probably guessed, I went fishing.
I decided to run over to Reimers Ranch to check out the Pedernales River. […]
With the oppressive temperatures in Texas this time of year, my fishing window has shrunk to mornings between 7:00a and about 10:00a. This morning, I ran out to Reimers Ranch to see just how bad this drought affected my new homewater river.
I just couldn’t get out of bed before 8:30 so I didn’t get […]
Purpose of the trip today was to start teaching my son, Parker how to fish with a fly rod and flies instead of frozen hot dogs which was his primary bait up to now. Although he’s only 6 (almost 7) he is extremely interested in fly fishing and watching me tie flies so with my […]
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