October is shaping up to be the best month this year

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    Senior Member Capt. Tyler Vollmer's Avatar
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    October is shaping up to be the best month this year

    7 days into the month and I've put over 100 reds to the boat. From slots to beasts, the IRL and ML is producing more fish than I've seen all year. The mullet run is also beginning and that means even more fish following. Look for snook following the massive schools of mullet. Use a DOA baitbuster for these guys or a topwater can work just as well. Plenty of trout to be had on topwater and jerkbaits all across the flats. Cleaner water isn't really necessary either as I'm putting double digit fish each day in the ML as well as cleaner areas of the IRL. Also I'm finding tarpon running deeper water ranging from 80-100lbs. They are being picky but can be jumped! Tight lines my friends!




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    Nice pics...

    I need to graduate from cell phone pics...
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    Nicely done Capt!
    Dumb Fish Die First

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    Last Redfish is a Beaut

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    Very nice reds! I'm about to move to the area and hope to get on them in the next few weeks.

    This may just be my personal preference, but I'd back off on the saturation slider on your pics. They looked very "cooked" on my calibration monitor.

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    "Cooked" I like that description Dustin.

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    I think that is "the look" he was going for...

    People were smiling...the photo captures that well enough.
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    Dang! I was really hoping someone with a calibration monitor wouldn't see these pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt. Tyler Vollmer View Post
    Dang! I was really hoping someone with a calibration monitor wouldn't see these pictures.
    And I don't even know what one is...Is it anything like a " Flux capacitor"
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    i don't either...

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