The beginning of August is one of those grit your teeth and grind it out along Texas coast. However, each day takes anglers just a little closer when things start to change.
One of changes about mid-month is when scattered redfish begin to come together to school. These weather-hardy fish provide sightcasting opportunities as well as an opportunity to catch them tailing along shorelines, spoil islands or mangrove islands.
Popular veteran marine artist Steve Whitlock has capture one of those copper-colored spottails finning its way along a shoreline in his “Texas Tailing Redfish.” Visual targets like a redfish tail or just the water bulging and waking as it cruises along makes any angler’s heart rate quicken.
Whitlock’s “Texas Tailing Redfish” was the Texas-CCA Dinner Print that was exclusively auctioned off at all of the Chapter banquets in the Lone Star State.
For more information on “Texas Tailing Redfish” plus Chart-Art and other fine works of art by Steve Whitlock, visit www.stevewhitlock.com, email at email@example.com or call (941) 359-8106.