OK, well, not so much for me personally... did get quite a few catfish on the larger end on the spectrum, so at least my rod was bent which is all I really care about.
A couple fishing there as well, the lady tied into big black drum three times, and all three times lost 'em trying to get them over to where lifting them would've been possible. A bridge net is in my near future. The guy with her caught a couple of nice mid-slot reds.
Saw lots of bait being chased, etc. just as the incoming tide peaked. Will be going out again tomorrow to catch the earlier part of the incoming tide.
Thanks for the report
LOL , Do it with shrimp or squid. Even better.
Headed out there Saturday morning (arrive ~10ish, fish until 1ish when high tide hits)
I'll be wearing tie-dye most likely... hope to have one or more of my kids with me
We'll be at the shell mound pier next to the boat launch. End of the paved road where the camp ground is, keep going.... stop when you get to the water
For they always bring me tears
I can't forgive the way they rob me
Of my childhood souvenirs"... John Prine
Good luck on Saturday.
I found that using larger hunks of cut bait makes sure that at least the catfish you get are decent sized and put up a fight. And since I don't eat fish, as long as my rod gets bent I don't care too much...