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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Go0gan View Post
    water in the indian literally looks like piss. Cast netted some mullet the other day and couldn't even tell they were mullet as they darted around in the net on the way down. They looked orange.
    Fished the surf at Walton Rocks to Power Plant today. Water looked like coffee, no fish or bait! Tried Indian River Middle Point could not see feet in 1 ft of water. No fish tried DOAs and gold spoons nothing! River is a train wreck, no grass and turd filled water to boot! At least we are going into the Dry Season and the Orlando sewer pipe will be closed. hopefully the water will clear up.

  2. #12
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    This is so depressing. I used to love fishing those lush grass flats 10 years ago by the PP (Mud Creek/Bear Point). In the ensuing years, it started accelerating to the point now, that I don't want to even get my feet wet in the IR. It started sucking north of Ft. Pierce a few years and eventually I got tired of the muck I had to scrape off my DOA's. This last year I sold my flats & bay boats and bought a CC for offshore.

    Chuck

  3. #13
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    Live on Bessy Creek. Water has looked like chocolate for about a month with no relief in sight

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtimer View Post
    Live on Bessy Creek. Water has looked like chocolate for about a month with no relief in sight
    Fished the Indian River at Bear Point on November 5th. The water quality actually improved. I could see my feat in 2ft. of water. The water clarity is a significant improvement from what it looked like the last 6 months. Despite the improvement in the turbidity the bottom was void of what used to be expansive grass flats. There was plenty of bait, mullets schools were piled up along the mangroves. Out there for 4 hours and caught one 14" red fish on DOA. The relentless assault on the Indian River has really taken its toll. The River is trying to send us message let's hope that your elected leaders will do something or the wonders of the Indian River will lost forever!!

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