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Old 03-15-2016, 01:26 AM   #1
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Launched just after sunset to do my first dock light trip for this year and see how the bite is now that it's warming up.

Caught 2 reds: 29" and 30.5" and 2 specks 13" and 17.5". Lost a few more specks in that range as well. All fish caught on live shrimp under popping cork. Tried throwing dark purple matrix and MR17 as well, but no hits. Bite was fast and consistent on live shrimp for the first hour then shut down. Hit 6-7 lights and caught all the fish on the first two, lost some on the third then no hits after that.







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Old 03-15-2016, 07:52 AM   #2
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Nice! In Boggy area staying out of the breeze?
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Nice! In Boggy area staying out of the breeze?
Was in the wind for a couple of lights, but anchored up so it wasn't too bad.
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Great job!!!! Nice looking fish!!
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Nice catch. Where did you put in?
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Awesome work yaking them jokers in especially the way the winds have been!!!
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Nice fish, but I noticed something. They look thin. It might be the angle and lighting, but they look long n thin.

I can't wait to hit some local lights...love dock light fishing!
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