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Old 12-27-2009, 09:31 PM   #1
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Went out to Indian this afternoon and the water is dirty. I tried finding clean water with no luck. I tried everything but live bait, and never got a bite at all. I seen a Bald Eagle, and two Dolphins were in there feeding and spooking all the fish. They went as far as the State dock, then back out into a cut inside the bayou. They both worked fish into the shallows almost beaching them selves catching fish. The pelicans and sea gulls were going crazy as the Dolphins worked the area. I was suprised they were in such shallow water.





No wonder I didn't catch any fish
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Old 12-28-2009, 01:55 AM   #2
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Whoa very cool! Where is Indian Bayou?
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Old 12-28-2009, 09:57 AM   #3
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Pretty Much I-10 and Avalon rd. Here are some numbers to put in Google Earth. Its the Boat launch.



3031'25.63"N

87 5'34.28"W



Its really skinny water towards the mouth so really no boats come in there, just a nice relaxing place to fish.
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Blasted Charismatic Megafauna!!!



I ran across a small pod of dolphins in the backcountry in Daytona once while fishing from my canoe. They were corralling a school of mullet onto a sandbar and beaching themselves one at a time to snag a fish then push back into the water. Each time it was like somebody threw in a hand grenade as about 30 mullet went flying out of the water with the dolphin snatching up any stragglers.



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Old 12-28-2009, 09:01 PM   #5
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They were swimming in water 1.5 foot deep and clipping across like it was nothing. You couldn't even see the dolphin, just a wave moving across the water really fast. It was neat to see how they worked together pushing fish into the shallow water.
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