– Salt Strong Ambassador –
I have worked countless fishing tournaments, and have fished in Mexico, The Cayman Islands, Bonaire, and especially Texas waters.
Offshore: 45 miles directly off of the jetties in Galveston, there is a ship wreck with some monsters of all kinds. In shore: In east Galveston bay, there is a concrete wreck called the SS. Selma.
Mainly kayak, but sometimes use my friends 17' Boston Whaler
Howdy! My name is John, Ive been in love with fishing and everything to do with it since the first time i went. I have very close correspondence with many of the best fishermen of my area, and even closer with the bait camps and marinas in town.
Hometown: Galveston TX
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– BIO –
Fishing has always been my first love, I’ve always done whatever i possibly could to get out on the water. When I was younger, I built a bad out of a floating dock piece, astro turf, and a trolling motor. The majority of my fishing consists of inshore areas near marshland. My favorite kine of fishing is offshore, and I’ve caught some good fish out in blue water. The past couple of years, I worked as a dock hand at a Yacht club and Marina. I know my way around any kind of bait, and most knots. I have accumulated a very extensive mental map of all of the best fishing areas in Galveston bay, and what techniques work best in each.