Four spot

Well, I was correct about the wind. It really junked up the water. But I was lucky early on. On my way to the ramp I was conflicted. It was Monday so Yacht club would not be busy...but water quality and the fishing has not been that great up in Sebastian proper so I turn south when I get to US 1. Not sure why I did but it was fortuitous. I launched at Wabasso.
The first stop was empty but the next spot put my snook in the boat.

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It was only about 100 feet down the shore and the Key Lime CAL stops dead..... It loads the rod hard and it's game on. I got out off the shoreline and slugged it out till I slipped the net under this nice over-slot 4 spotter.

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I've only been out 17 minutes!.....I need to go get a trout...so off I go....this should be a snap.....or not.
I run north of the causeway. The first stop is a pretty big jack... I hit my next spot and get a trout.
It's 7:07 and that is #12 and 7 in a row.....and that's where it all stops. I get a ladyfish at the next spot a few casts later....then  go for an hour and 40 minutes without a bite...NADA. I decide to make a big move and head back south. I bump into topwater guy and we stop and chat a while....he has a heartbreaking story about a trout.

I leave and proceed to look at a couple miles of shoreline...and only see three fish in a hour and a half period...two big snook...that didn't get that way eating 5 inch finger mullet...and a trout who was equally disinterested. I could have quit early.  



There are many roads to travel
Many things to do.
Knots to be unraveled
'fore the darkness falls on you

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