Jamey and Matthew paddle out into Lake Walter E. Long, the biggest lake within the Austin City Limits that no one has ever heard of. Ignoring the weather reports, they hit their favorite spots in the lake, pulling in black crappie, sunfish, and some of the biggest largemouth bass they’ve seen in a while. There’s
Even though they spend an entire weekend fishing, Jamey and Matthew only manage to put together a 22-minute podcast. Because of technical problems mainly, if we’re honest. Highlights of the epic saltwater fishing trip to Matagoda include a veritable swarm of hardhead catfish and an involuntary education into their venomous barbs. A bonnethead shark came
Fishing team returns to the Undisclosed Location (UL), for a madcap jaunt around our favorite little Austin fishing hole. Using a variety of flies including the cypert minnow (whose name just suddenly came back to me), poppers, foam spiders, and bead-head nymphs, we catch all the green sunfish and bass you can imagine. Unfortunately, our
Jamey and Matthew visit their favorite little fishing hole for the first time this season. They primarily use fly fishing techniques, squirmy wormies and a streamer fly whose name Matthew has forgotten. If you know what the fly is, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org! When the topwater action heats up, the mics blow out from shear
Jamey takes the week off, as Matthew takes a family trip to North Carolina and Lake Norman. Despite having access to a pier all weekend, Matthew only spends a few hours fishing, actually spending time with other human beings instead. But during those few hours, Matthew meets the whiskered denizens of Lake Norman’s deep.
Since nobody is quite as hopeful as fishing team, Jamey and Matthew find themselves tackling under-appreciated east side lake, Walter E. Long, aka Decker Lake, for the old-school Austin folks. They have dreams of hybrid stripers and the crappie spawn, but do those dreams become a reality?
In this episode, Jamey and Matthew return to Camp Tejas near Lake Georgetown to fish for white bass in the North Fork of the San Gabriel River. The redbuds are blooming and the weather is perfect, but the water is low-can they find the fish? After fishing, the team takes lunch at Burger University in downtown Georgetown.
Fishing Team is joined by special guest “Banjo Motion,” a guy named George or something. Together they travel through Taylor, Texas, with a stop at Super Donuts, and on to a super-secret white bass fishing location. There in the dense lowland woods of East Texas, Jamey comes face to face with his own Heart of
Fishing Team ventures west to the Pedernales River at the first sign of blooming red buds. They have most of Reimer’s Ranch to themselves as they reel in the spawning whites. Jamey hooks up on a mysterious monster, and Matthew manages to sink up to his knee in quicksand-like mud. Will this be the trip
A slot in the San Marcos Spring Polespearing Tournament goes about as well as we would expect for a fishing team adventure. Jamey uses his Guadalupe trout skills on wary warm water fish in what must be the most pressured stretch of water in Texas. Matthew meanwhile attempts to spear the invasive plecostomus, which is