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Hello all, I am a long-time fly-fisher and kayaker that is keeping the fly rods but moving on up to a motor. The Texas coast and Belize is where I go to play. I am always interested in meeting new fishing partners around Rockport.
 

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Welcome aboard. Lots of useful content on here, especially concerning fly gear.
 
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Hello all, I am a long-time fly-fisher and kayaker that is keeping the fly rods but moving on up to a motor. The Texas coast and Belize is where I go to play. I am always interested in meeting new fishing partners around Rockport.
Welcome aboard! I'm kind of heading the other direction. Getting into kayaking.
 

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Let me know if I can help. I have years of experience with kayaks and canoes. I am currently fishing out of a Diablo Amigo but have been through many different models.
 

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If you're throwing fly and paddling a Diablo, you're not lazy. :)

I got started on a Diablo Adios myself...great fly platform but a barge to paddle.
 

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I hear ya. I sacrificed speed and glide for the ability to stand and fish when I went from a Tarpon 140 to the Amigo. The sight advantage was worth it ... I think.
 

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There are a couple of fly fishermen from Katy that frequent the Fly Fishing Forum here. Just put a shout out on that board and see if you can hook-up with local guys around there who have microskiffs.
 

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I'll give that a try. I am still looking hard for a used skiff but haven't had any luck searching forums and Craigs. Lots of boats in Florida, but not so many in Texas.
 
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