Checked out the kayaks at hurlburt, disappointing but doable. I'll see if I can swing it, been years since I fished the Navarre area, would love to get out there.TXFLY we are going early so maybe squeeze it in? Maybe at most a mile mostly trolling and bottom fishing structure. As far as a time in I was thinking lunch maybe a little before.
Pensacola BayWe'll be meeting up early!! This is a chance to get out there and see what's past those grass lines. Rent a yak if ya'll have too! Friday night, Aug 23, Sea Rover and I will be hitting the mouth of Escambia Bay at the lighthouse for live bait for in the morning! This would be a great way to meet us, and get some fresh live bait for Saturday. Let us know! PM either of us. Tight lines!!! YRM
Thanks for the advice Blackjeep. We'll be watching. We're hopeful though. We don't let a little rain stop us, but large waves and swells might change our minds. All is subject to change upon accepting this fishing fiasco. If you are afraid of getting wet, or taking a calculated risk (this goes out to those who should come but are probably going to sit at home and continuously click on the "New Posts" button at the top of the PFF website) then you should consider whether or not you've got the adequate dedication to be a fisherman. We love to fish on here...it's what we do...our jobs fund it. Bring an umbrella and an innertube...fish however you have too. Tight lines!!! YRMKeep an eye on the weather guys. It's 50% chance of storms and surf forecast has been slowly deteriorating all week. You don't want to be out there when the fecal matter impacts the rotating air circulation device.
+1 becareful guys, theres a fine line between dedication, and taking unnecessary risk.Unless conditions do a 180 (which they arent) there is no way in hell I would go offshore tomorrow. I was just at the pier, solid 3-4fters out there. If you do go, please wear your life jacket and have your gopros on so we can get some good video! Be careful guys!!