Brrrrr at The Blackthorn!

Hit the Blackthorn area Saturday. I was a little surprised to see as many boats as I saw. Trouble was, I saw nobody pulling up any fish to speak of, spare for the occasional grunt or lizard fish. Water temp showed between 58 and 59 degrees all day. I managed a few grunts and a seabass, and called it a day. I talked to a few guys who were diving and spearfishing, and they said the fish were there, just not feeding. Too cold I imagine.

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  • Reel-LuckyReel-Lucky Oldsmar, FLPosts: 2,894 Moderator
    One of those days, hit'em in the head with a bait and nada. It happens, at least you got out there. Thanks for sharin'.
  • Soda PopinskiSoda Popinski GrovelandPosts: 7,731 Admiral
    I was thinking of going Sunday, but having just gotten over a cold decided against it. Glad I did. Gonna wait until February. Hope for the Sheepie spawn
    People use statistics the way a drunk uses a street light, for support rather than illumination.
  • tama2tama2 Posts: 10 Greenhorn

    The problem is. To many people go to the black thorn

  • J BoneJ Bone Posts: 163 Deckhand

    @Soda Popinski said:
    I was thinking of going Sunday, but having just gotten over a cold decided against it. Glad I did. Gonna wait until February. Hope for the Sheepie spawn

    Ready for those sheepies, baah

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