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Started by Woolly Bugger, November 11, 2019, 11:41:32 AM
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"Last minute Albies tomorrow?" he asked.
So yeah, set the alarm for 2:50 AM to meet the Driver by 4:00
I arrived a bit early and we were off without delay.
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Jason hooked up on one trolling and Capt. Sarah yelled out, "You can't count that one!"
Shortly after that, I hooked one that broke me off, upon inspection the fleuro snapped, maybe there was a nick in it, couldn't tell, maybe 15 lb wasn't enough, I took some comfort in that it wasn't my knot.
Back in calmer water I even felt good enough for a beer!
Those pics of the big one you took with my phone never took.. I guess you hit the wrong button. Boomer..
you know its a good report when my beer fridge shows up!
Notice how the water is darker in front of Capt. Horsley's boat. That was a 300 yard long school of menhaden. They were trying to catch big redfish off of it. I think they did succeed. We were not going to attempt with Keith's sea sickness. Being that on the east side we were fishing in 2ft rollers.
Keith is a lightweight.Good chit.
Sorry about mashing the wrong button, but I never threw in the towel!
Glad you all got into them.
A shot of Woolly heaving over the side with a beer in his hand would have completed the story.
Quote from: itieuglyflies on November 12, 2019, 14:50:40 PMA shot of Woolly heaving over the side with a beer in his hand would have completed the story.
Great report. One of my alltime favorite places. Haven't been since my saltwater partner left for the happy fishing grounds 5 years ago. 🙁Way to hang in there even with the shaky belly. 👍🏻