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Friday 4/29

Went out with the wife (as always) and fished for about three hours. We caught 79 trout, 5 snook, 2 barracudas, a good size jack and sail catfish. The trolling motor konked out so we called it a day. Things are looking up.
"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

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  • Turner River TerrorTurner River Terror Posts: 10,471 AG
    Good Job !
    Ever notice the Cuda's will be gone come the Summer rains. Salinity get's too low when the rains come.
    Bad Tides this weekend...Slow and no movement.
    I took a Yankee into the Far Backcountry and put him on a couple jewfish and Sailcats...He was happy, Beats Stocker Rainbow Trout in ponds up North...:grin
    Killin and Grillin :grin
  • charlemagnecharlemagne Posts: 191 Officer
    Great job snook afinity.. looks like troutfest is upon us.. lol I love the summer.. no one else really go out, the bugs haven't been that bad either.. I guess the first rains will change that.. lol

    TRT, I grew up fishing rivers and stock ponds.. I don't think I can ever do it again.. I'd rather go sabiki gogs lol
  • Split ShotSplit Shot Posts: 6,193 Admiral
    Steady off and on rains are conducive to bugs. Droughts and the occasional hvy rains are not.

    Hence when the bugs are biting so are the fish.
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