CK 7/29 half day

nicknick Crystal RiverPosts: 4,627 Captain
We had hoped the tanic acid had moved out with the tide but that didn't happen. The inshore trout flat was completely covered so we ran to the reef. Caught a couple trout and played catch and release with a dozen or so spanish macks. Hit a flat on the way in and caught 5 more slot trout. As a last attempt at redemption we tried the mogan flat. It didn't disappoint giving up a 21" trout. We didn't do great but considering we ran out of gulp and water clarity was less than 2ft it wasn't bad.

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All fish except one were caught on bassassassin plastics...

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  • PONCEPONCE Posts: 5,943 Officer
    Wac bay was stained up big time N-nice haul brother party0007.gif
  • RedbonzRedbonz Posts: 4,531 Captain
    Not a bad day at all.....
    If it don't fit force it. If it breaks it needed replace anyways. :banghead
  • troutman57troutman57 Posts: 3,691 Captain
    That's a great day with good water. Way to go!
    This place Rocks if yer a crabber
  • doolittle3701doolittle3701 Posts: 162 Deckhand
    Togam wrote: »
    We had hoped the tanic acid had moved out with the tide but that didn't happen. The inshore trout flat was completely covered so we ran to the reef. Caught a couple trout and played catch and release with a dozen or so spanish macks. Hit a flat on the way in and caught 5 more slot trout. As a last attempt at redemption we tried the mogan flat. It didn't disappoint giving up a 21" trout. We didn't do great but considering we ran out of gulp and water clarity was less than 2ft it wasn't bad.

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    All fish except one were caught on bassassassin plastics...
    Nick; have you considered running on down to 11 prong? By the way, where is the mogan flat?
    Bob
  • Jim311Jim311 Posts: 4,891 Captain
    What kind of Bass Assassin plastics did you use? Just curious, my saltwater tackle bag is pretty sparse.
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