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Old 09-15-2019, 02:21 PM   #1
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Default Reds at daylight and early morn.

Managed to go out in the yak this morning. pushed off at 5:00, 1st fish @ 5:15-last fish @ 9:30.
Reds were cruising the banks feeding. Total tally, 7 reds, 5 trout and 1 needle fish.
Wind pushed me along the bank w/ min. effort. Lures included top water, jig-n-plastics. Water depth ranged for shoreline to 5 ft. missed 3-4 more strikes and lost a few more doing battle.
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Old 09-15-2019, 08:28 PM   #2
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Good job!
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Belatedly found the post, nice job Bruce!
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Great job. We went Sunday morning to some of our usual Blackwater spots. We found a few trout but no Reds. Lots of bait in Blackwater.
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Very nice!
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Belatedly found the post, nice job Bruce!

Thank you Sam.
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Great job. We went Sunday morning to some of our usual Blackwater spots. We found a few trout but no Reds. Lots of bait in Blackwater.

Chaps, good to know about the bait. That can make it difficult competing with so much natural food. I love fishing blackwater I was in Escambia on that trip.
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Very nice!
Thank you sir...you know you are responsible for getting me into kayak fishing, right?
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Thank you sir...you know you are responsible for getting me into kayak fishing, right?
Yes, sorry about that. ��
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