Author: Christopher Meza
After spending hours fishing night time the day before it was time to head home and get some good sleep on a comfy bed but to my surprise, I noticed my brother was back home from the oil field. He mentioned he wanted to fish and said letâ€™s fish tonight, which was Saturday night and I said, letâ€™s do it!
We had a buddy who was still fishing the same area I left in the morning and called him up to see what time he plan on leaving and said he was going to pack up at the moment I called him. Once I heard that I told my brother letâ€™s get ready to leave so that we can get the same spot which had produced some catfish the pervious night and in hopes for a better productive night.
Spent some time Making leaders using bullbuster monofilament with some crimps sold by bullbuster. I like to go over board on my leaders because when I get snagged I am able to retrieve my entire leader back when applying tons of pressure to un-snag.
Around 6:30 or so I decide to throw one rod out with some fishbites. I like to use three different flavors at the same time. First I put on crab flavor then I add the crawfish scent next and lastly add shrimp scent fishbites at the end. Order of scents doesnâ€™t matter but make sure to put crawfish scent in between to keep it from dissolving faster than the long lasting shrimp and crab scents.
I would say closer to 7pm, my rod went down and clicker went screaming as the redfish took off with the fishbites. As I fought the fish for a couple of minutes, I though to myself that it wasnâ€™t going to be anything decent besides a dinker but after netting the fish and measuring, he came in at 30.5in long! Not by far the biggest redfish I caught but I canâ€™t complain either. After that initial redfish, the night went quite for hours with nothing to show beside that one redfish and like I said I was ok with that!
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