More About Our Bean Bags… I guess.

You know, it’s funny the things that people ask about when you’re on the internet. I made this blog to talk more about the Texas flats and everything about fishing. So most of this blog is all about fishing. We talked about fishing on the flats, different fishing resources, and even a little bit of off road challenges, but still everything is having to do with fishing on the Texas Flats.

Curiosity About Our Bean Bags

For some reason though, a lot of people are asking about our giant bean bags we posted about. I guess a lot of people are interested in buying these for themselves so they want to know more about it from somebody who already has them. Personally, I recommend you check out some of the various social sites that we’ve posted our bean bags on like here: http://giant-bean-bags.weebly.com/.

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Check Online

You can look at pictures, videos, and experiences from other people as to how they like their being back. There are a lot of different places to buy those bean bags online and they’re all a little bit different. We like our gigantic bean bag and are very happy with it so you can check out what we post about ours if that’s the kind that you want to get.

More Expensive

Our bean bag is a little bit higher end and more expensive. But, I believe that you get what you pay for and they were getting pretty much the best gigantic bean bag on the market. You can get everything from a six foot to an eight foot. This gigantic bean bag is really comfortable and great for lounging around after a long day of fishing.

So, be sure and check out some of our different social profiles to see all the post that we’ve done on the bean bag. I don’t want to take up too much space talking about bean bags on this blog as it’s supposed to be more about fishing, but since everyone has been asking about it I figured I’d point you in the right direction.

Take care,

Deborah

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Fishing Resources

Hi All! Debra here with TexasFlats.net, and I wanted to share with you some useful resources on Flats fishing I found. Most people learn to fish on the flats here in Texas from friends and family. But, if you’ve got no one to teach you there are many places online willing to lend you a helping hand. Even if you’re an experienced angler, you can always get the help of weather and tide reports.

So, here are some useful resources to help you navigate the fishing flats.

The Flats Guide is a useful Facebook page that is all about fishing in Texas flats. Here, members can share their experiences, photos, and upload videos. This is a great community to join if fishing is your passion.

fishing the grass in the flatsAnother helpful site is the Texas Weekend Angler. It is specific to Texas flats style fishing and even has helpful tips such as the best approaches, how to deal with grass, beating the edges, and more. Whether you’re drifting, poling, or wading, this site will give you some best practices to get the most out of your fishing experience.

A nice forum to be a part of is FishingTexasOnline.com which has board for Texans, specifically. I believe they have temporarily moved their board to Facebook, but are a great resource and will probably be back up soon. Check them out! Fishing League Worldwide has tips on flats fishing featuring world-renowned experts, Andrew Bostick and David Walker. David Walker, Flats Fishing Expert

2 Places to see texas tide tables:

http://www.tides4fishing.com/us/texas/port-bolivar

http://www.tides4fishing.com/us/texas

Here is a video of some flats fishing done in Rockport, TX.