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icthus

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« on: August 29, 2015, 11:01:35 PM »
Went out tonight caught a handful of 12-18" reds around the lights.  Mixed in a couple of trout, no snook.  The season opens tomorrow and I am a bit excited.  I have yet to eat a snook in almost 5 years because of the season being closed.  The tailors are back at Dans, every time the tide is below .7 you can see them on the n side.  Fish white bait unless they are flopping then swap over to crabs.  White bait works dead afternoon this time of year when the mullet are pushing around.

Long cast, rod tip down, tic, tic, long strip, clear line, and smile
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"You see the fish, make the cast. Tic, tic, hit him, no not a trout set!!!!!! What are you doing?"

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Re: reds
« Reply #1 on: August 30, 2015, 11:43:14 AM »
So how late in Fall can a Pal come fish with you?
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Re: reds
« Reply #2 on: August 31, 2015, 06:28:26 PM »
Hit me up pal and we can work some pieces.  Once they fall in place I will have a open door policy to all pals.  We are 2 weeks out from moving in and the wife is a bit stressed. 

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"You see the fish, make the cast. Tic, tic, hit him, no not a trout set!!!!!! What are you doing?"