Homosassa Inshore 11/15 Dinner and bait with Don
Don and i planned to head out this afternoon after some trout and maybe a red or 2. We shoved off at noon with overcast skys and coll temps at dead low tide. We started working a deep cut along the edge of a shallow flat. Mirridines worked very slow took trout and ladyfish on a regular basis. It seemed like the tide stayed slack forever so we continued working a few other cuts until the tide pushed in. As soon as it did the larger trout began to take out lures. The only real biggie we hooked came unbuttoned boatside. It took a pice of cut bait meant for a redfish and the circle hook just didn't hook up. The plan was to just take a few home for dinner and release the rest which is exactly what we did. The tide never got up enough for us to get after the reds in any meaningful way. As a bonus I put a good bunch of ladyfish in the freezer for bait. We ran into a school of large ladyfish and had a ball joining in on thier antics! The temp never got out of the 60s and the sun never showed but it was another great day on the bay with my neighbor and good friend Don.
This place Rocks if yer a crabber