Reef Recon is a great tool, we launched from Seabrook , headed to the channel then south, with grown up daughter that still loves to fish, checked a few places south of redfish rocks , nothing , moved further south and found a marked reef with pretty good
action , croakers , slimers and a nice string ray, released with no barb and a hook in mouth. I try to give fish a fair chance. There were also a few zillon hard heads and
I had some fun with dink trout on a purple chicken boy lure. The recon marks are real,
do not forget to zoom in you unit , I have lorance HDS-9 ,
fun fact, if your after gaftop , anything around the last two set of channel markers
outside of Seabrook should get your limit for a fish fry. Last 4 years my records show
august = gaftop on dead shrimp around there.
at around 1pm the wind came, and cooled us off but brought the white caps along so
we headed north with smiles and swell at our back.