Sight Casting in September

After Labor Day the amount of boat traffic on bays up and down the Texas coast shrinks to a fraction of its summer peak. Simultaneously, winds are becalmed and temperatures (eventually) begin to drop. Less pressure, along with calmer, clearer water, equals perfect sight casting conditions on the flats of the Lower and Middle Texas coasts. This, essentially, is what Lone Star State inshore anglers have to look forward to over the next few weeks. Read Entire Article

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