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Old 02-10-2013, 01:24 PM   #1
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Started off the morning at Fort Pickens N My new Mariner. Got over the wall Then fished For 3 hours And caught a few cigar minnows and pinfish. Loaded up and headed to 3 mile bridge. Launched on Gulf Breeze side and met Aquatic Argobull. Drifting the pilings i caught a sheepie. Then followed Aquatic Argobull out to the middle anchoored for an hour and did nothing. They headed in and worked the pilings coming in. Had a pinfish freelined behind me and coming to the first piling my reel sounded off and i had a 28" redfish. Got him back over and continued working the pilingd and caught one more sheepie and two white trout. I gave my bait away.because i had to get to work.
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Was at Langdon beach from 1:30 pm till dark, live sand fleas,fresh peeled shrimp,everything looking good. Between five of us two pomp bites, only one brought in, so much fot a beautiful sat.
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Just a tip, cotton on a pedal kayak can mean some BAD rashes in places you dont want if you ever get wet.
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Good to know! The only problem i have is my pfd strap rubbing my back where my vertebtrae is. I am skinny
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Was at Langdon beach from 1:30 pm till dark, live sand fleas,fresh peeled shrimp,everything looking good. Between five of us two pomp bites, only one brought in, so much fot a beautiful sat.
I thought i would do better too.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:57 PM   #8
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Thanks Jason & [Sea Raptor] for the report(s).
At least you guys went & thanks for sharing.

catch 'em up.
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