Bryan Robinson, TX
Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Guide in San Benito, Texas
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Species You Fish for by Season
Redfish and seatrout can be caught year around. They are our main targets. We also target tarpon in the summer and fall with the occasional snook mixed in. All of these fish will regularly eat a well placed fly!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I need to be able to cast 100 feet of flyline?
A. No. If you can cast 40 feet accurately you will catch fish.
Q. May I bring my wife or kid?
A. Yes. I love seeing a wife or kids expression when hooked to a redfish.
Q. What kind of clothing should I wear?
A. Long sleeve and pants are recommended. Bring a face and neck cover also.
Q. Is it always windy down here?
A. Yes! But if we wait for it to stop, we will never get to fish.
What Should Customers Bring?
All anglers must have a valid Texas saltwater fishing license. Fees for licenses will range depending on how many days the angler will be fishing and if he/she is a Texas resident or not. The angler may bring personal fishing gear. Polarized sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, rain jacket and wading boots are also recommended. Don’t forget a camera!
Sample of Typical Itinerary
The typical trip starts with meeting clients at the desired boat ramp. This will depend on which fishing community we are fishing from. South Padre Island, Arroyo City and Port Mansfield are all accessible. Clients can also arrange for pick up and delivery from a hotel or lodge. Most trips will start before sunup and continue until early afternoon. We will then head strait to a poling flat while taking in a beautiful sunrise. Due to our gin clear water, multiple shots on redfish and seatrout are common. Early in the morning we tend to find the fish tailing in groups and on shore lines with their backs out of the water. Very cool! Once the sun comes up it makes it easier to see the fish under the surface. Whether they are moving or stationary, tossing a fly in front of a fish and seeing them eat is truly spectacular. Also very cool! After a memorable day on the water we will return to the ramp to talk about the one that didn’t get away.
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