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Fishing Oct.29th

  On a less than promising day,went fishing anyway.Some conditions
in our favor;rising tide,partly cloudy,wind yes but not too much,steady
barometer but low.
   Net result few small snook,two small reds,very few snapper.But
one plus for the day,only one other boat briefly where we were at.


  • CaptjamesCaptjames Pompano BeachPosts: 231 Deckhand
    Catching a lot of small fish is better than catching no fish at all.  I've had both.  One of the best days I had was catching a ton of undersize snook, I stopped counting at 40 fish......was in a prime spot for the day and all of the stars aligned......literally, every other cast was a to try different lures/baits etc to see what artificials worked and didn't. 
  • snookaffinitysnookaffinity Naples, FLPosts: 1,298 Officer
    10Kman thanks for posting. Have not seen any reports in this section for some time. Better luck next time but I would have enjoyed that trip too.  
    "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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