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A Guide to Hiring a Guide

Posted by: Larry Bozka on April 17th, 2009

 There are literally hundreds of professional fishing guides in the State of Texas, some of whom got into the business as just that … a business … and others who are simply looking for a way to justify a hardcore fishing habit.  It’s the former who survive, and sometimes even thrive. But they do so [...]

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On the Road to Port Mansfield; Area Volunteer Cleanup Well Underway

Posted by: Larry Bozka on September 6th, 2008

My longtime friend and fellow shooter Mark Hall of CoastalPhotos.net and I will be spending a few days with Capt. Terry Neal of Port Mansfield next week, fly fishing the flats and sight-casting to tailing redfish. We will also fish with Capt. Randle Hall of Geaux Deep Charters on his 31-foot Bertram, named (naturally) “Geaux [...]

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There’s a Silver-Sided Lining to Every Storm

Posted by: Larry Bozka on September 1st, 2008

As I write this, the eye of Hurricane Gustav is making landfall only a few miles from Cocodrie, a tiny little fishing community near Terrebone and Vermillion Bays in southeast Louisiana. I used to fish there several times a year, until my friend Tom Holliday passed away and his lodge changed ownership. The fishing was [...]

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