Posted on November 24 2007
Late fall and early winter are a great time to take advantage of clear water and eager redfish along the south Texas coastline. “I make the move to the left just as the thick-shouldered red is illuminated by a shaft of light. The fly drops softly a foot past him but he’s moved further left and I’m still just off his tail. ‘Strip out anyway,’ [guide Chuck] Naiser says and I do, just as the fish turns back toward the grassy shore and sees the white Seaducer squirt by.” In the Austin American-Statesman.