Took a friend out today to do some fishing in the park. I havent been south of lulu in a while so I wanted to see if my spots are holding fish still. Tide was really low so we started outside on an oyster bar I like to fish. The fish were there and hungry. We got a bunch if pomps all about an inch short except one, thats also where we picked up quite a few trout and kept 2 around 20". After about an hour n a half we left to net bait. Looked around for five min.s and in one throw we had more than enough for our day. Off we went south of Indian to the first shoreline and worked for an hour pucking up a 26.5" red and friend coming unglued at the boat on a 25" red. Waay down to the next shoreline where we had about 30 min.s to fish or wed be stuck and we casted on 2 pieces of structure and each produced 2 fish no less than 24" in Bout 15 min.s so wed bagged one and headed inside for some crazy snook action.we had plenty of water catching the top of the out. Chummed up and it took about 15 min.s before they started blowin up. We git about 20 snook with some real nice ones in there that I had to jump in twice to get em outa the trees. My buddy landed a real nice red in this spot as well. So we both had our slams and I have been seeing the tarpon around my dock so I shot for my grandslam wich I havent gotten in a while so I was looking forward to getin it done. As I put my baits in the pen a few got away and sure enough just as planned 2 poons started eating them. I put on a fat pilchard pitched it out and in seconds it was fish on! Landed and released to complete my grandslam. lots of fish caught today and I had another fun day out on the water with great company. Hopefully tmrws trip will go as well for my clients. Tear em up!if this is the type of fishing trip you think youd like to experience click the link below.
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