Great day despite the winds

Headed out early early Saturday morning to get some bait before the winds really started kicking. Thanks to the East wind it wasn't too rough for how strong the winds were. We ended up loading up the livewells with some nice white bait and headed down south to catch some fish. Our first spot we pulled up to in fakahatchee bay landed us with a 38'' snook and a 31'' redfish. When the action slowed down we moved out to the gulf and weren't as lucky with the big fish. We caught a few smaller reds and trout near the points around Dismal Key. We planned on fishing longer until a big storm decided to show up and force us to run home. Running in the rain for 30 straight minutes was a rough ride.






  • nightflynightfly Posts: 483 Deckhand
    Good job. I got a few small ones on Saturday and got stuck in that same rain storm and got soaked. I was a little further north around goodland. Cool pics
  • Capt. MilkCapt. Milk Posts: 22 Greenhorn
    Thanks, goodland has some hot fishing right now as well. I am looking to get a big tarpon here soon but haven't had the best of luck
  • NaplesDaveNaplesDave Posts: 13 Greenhorn
    Nice work. What was that last picture from the pole shot on? A GoPro?
  • Capt. MilkCapt. Milk Posts: 22 Greenhorn
    Yeah gopro hero
  • IndianoutlawIndianoutlaw Posts: 550 Officer
    Haha, did you let her catch any fish or just make her work! :wink

    Good report!
  • Capt. MilkCapt. Milk Posts: 22 Greenhorn
    Always put em to work!!
  • snookaffinitysnookaffinity Naples, FLPosts: 932 Officer
    Good report. THANKS
    "It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt." - Mark Twain
  • dewey94dewey94 Posts: 53 Deckhand
    those go pros are bad. how much they run?
  • Capt. MilkCapt. Milk Posts: 22 Greenhorn
    For the hero 2 it'll be 300$

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