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Old 03-19-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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I am looking to go after some of these early Spanish I've been hearing about. Does this require getting on the Gulf side of the pass or do they come into the bay? I've got a 17' Cape Horn, is the sufficient to go outside?
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Don't worry, they will be all over the bay soon. You won't be looking for them, you may be looking to get away from them especially if you are trout fishing, sheepshead fishing or any kind of fishing with mono leaders. In addition, you Cape Horn is plenty big to go into the Gulf on select days. Just pay close attention to the weather forecast and keep your eyes on the skys while you are out there. Ease out there in small steps till you get the hang of it.
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wait till the water hits the 70s then they will be everywhere!
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I am looking to go after some of these early Spanish I've been hearing about. Does this require getting on the Gulf side of the pass or do they come into the bay? I've got a 17' Cape Horn, is the sufficient to go outside?
I've seen 17 Capes out at the Nipple before (approx 40 miles out depending on where coming from).

Not saying that smart but that is a tuff boat. Pick your days, watch weather, and be sure motor is reliable (SeaTow wouldn't hurt too).

But you could easily fish within sight of land on calm days and tear up the fish.
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