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Old 10-17-2016, 04:49 PM   #1
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Default Big trout on matrix mullet in perdido

Been having a good week throwing top water in the perdido bay area. Floating over grass flats and covering ground has been the key. The blow ups are not often but when you get one hold on as the specks are very nice. The Matrix Mullet from www.MatrixShad.com has been hot along with the New Matrix Minnow Coming soon. We are gonna try some more this week wish us luck. May try big lagoon area this week as we made a good trip evening trip with Capt. Josh Lim from www.Limitoutcharers.com earlier last week boating a monster red and missed a big speck but landed two flounder and a blue.
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Old 10-17-2016, 08:52 PM   #2
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Default Big trout on matrix mullet in perdido

Just a little FYI

You are fishing in the ICW.

Perdido Bay has no grass flats. The grass died years ago!

Nice specks! Topwater is the only way to go!
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I was about to say... you must have found a section of the Perdido I haven't seen, haven't found any grass flats in the Perdido anywhere! Nice fish, though!
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Just a little FYI

You are fishing in the ICW.

Perdido Bay has no grass flats. The grass died years ago!

Nice specks! Topwater is the only way to go!

Out of curiosity, Wes... what happened that made the grass die? I guess by your comment it was once there? Just curious, as I have been vacationing here for a number of years but just moved here and have had a chance to start exploring the inshore waters. I wondered about grass in the bays... is it just not salty enough?
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Crushin'em bro!

I had the pleasure of fishing with this man the other day and we were able to locate some absolutely GIANT specks the type to get ur knees to shakin and heart pounding. We boated neither of the 2 fish both were very easily in the upper 20's 26"-29" range. Location is key to these MONSTA Specks With the full moon they're in spawn mode and the big girls tend to spawn in the same general areas over and over again.

Matrix Staff and Crew it was a pleasure and folks pick ya up some of these baits at www.matrixshad.com I have my clients using them all the time and they quickly become believers, especially with this flounder run upon us and 1 doormat already caught using the Ultraviolet Matrix Shad its really a no brainer*

Please dont hesitate to call or visit me at www.limitoutcharters.com ill put you on the fish! Reds, specks, or flounder or the combination of the 3 ill make it happen for you!!!

Tight lines and good fishin
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Out of curiosity, Wes... what happened that made the grass die? I guess by your comment it was once there? Just curious, as I have been vacationing here for a number of years but just moved here and have had a chance to start exploring the inshore waters. I wondered about grass in the bays... is it just not salty enough?

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plus digging the intercoastal canal through the gap at Perdido Key changed the tidal flow

the old timers claim and there are pictures to back it up

Perdido Bay had lots of grass and lots of fish
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