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Saturday September 25th, listen for SCA Texas to be on the 610 Outdoors Show.

We've got a busy schedule for the next couple months and we're doing everything we can to get the word out.

We'd love to have your calls... whether they be questions, comments, or just a quick confidence builder for the voices on the radio.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support!

Gary Brogdon
 

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What time ?

Inquiring minds want to know!!!!
 

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Saturday 5 -7am on 610. We appreciate Captain Wayne making time for us...
 

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Thanks to 610 Outdoors Show

Always a class act. Thanks Capt. Wayne and Capt. Benny!

Sorry for the poor quality pics, we had a great time!

(1) Galveston Bay Chapter President Gary Brogdon
(2) SCA Westside Chapter President Drew Leeper
 

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GALVESTON COUNTY DAILY NEWS
Texas' Oldest Newspaper
http://galvestondailynews.com

Copyright © 2004 Galveston County Daily News

Calls for Big Reds don’t always imply thirst

By Vince Stiglich Jr.
Correspondent

Published September 26, 2004

Unless you reside in Galveston, anytime someone calls for a Big Red it is usually an appeal for a popular soft drink. But folks living here, especially fishermen, know that big red also has something in common with a popular species of fish, the bull redfish.

And a bunch of big reds were served up around Galveston County Saturday and during the past few days, with some of the best results happening at Seawolf Park and the isle beachfront. In fact, Seawolf sources reported in the neighborhood of 30 to 40 bull redfish Saturday alone.

Here Fishy Fishy Bait Camp owner Sammy Sifuentes said that big reds up to just under 40 inches in length were caught, and the action was spread around from the park’s pier to the well- known concrete slab located on the Galveston Ship Channel side of the facility.

But redfish didn’t totally dominate the day, this thanks to the popular Atlantic (golden) croaker. In fact, Sifuentes noted that at various times Saturday, “anybody with a rod and reel in hand” had a croaker (or two) on the other end. And that’s telling us that the golden croaker run not only has begun, but it continues in a big way.

Most of the redfish action has been on various cut baits, while the croakers did a double take when fresh peeled shrimp was on the list of offerings.

Staffer Jason Wohleb of the 61st Street Fishing Pier also jumped on the big red bandwagon, noting that Chani Splawn of League City decked and released two bull redfish to 37 inches and Cole Davis caught a hefty 41-inch specimen for his moment of fame.

Also on the Wohleb list of species taken were drum, shark and “lots” of large golden croakers.

Not to be denied, Sonya Hix of the Galveston Fishing Pier not only stated that a mess of “good size” whiting were caught along with bull redfish, keeper reds, sharks and stingrays, but the action might have been related to the outstanding “sandy green” water conditions.

So, it appears that the time’s prime to call for a few more “big reds,” but the only thirst needed is the thirst for some quality bull redfish action.

Cheers!

In other news, the SCA-Texas, Outriggers Seafood & Grill Grand Slam Fishing tournament is scheduled for Saturday and has an entry deadline set for Thursday.

The fee is $60 and the meet offers a prize list ranging from $300 for first place to $100 for third, and it was reported that at least one speckled trout side pot is set at $10 per person.

For more information, go to www.scatexas.com or call (281) 474-FISH.

To get your catch in the Reel Report, phone Stiglich at (409) 683-5273. There’s no charge for this service.
 
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