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Discussion in 'Fishing Reports' started by Godzuki86, Feb 22, 2014.
Yesterday's lizard. 10'4"
Been a pretty good weekend so far. Haven't been many people in the areas I frequent, and the fish have been cooperating.
My little cousin just picked up fly fishing about a month or so ago, so we've been working on his "First on Fly" list. Got the snook and tarpon out of the way and he fed a redfish a gurgler. Unfortunately he did a he-man strip set and snapped the leader. Hopefully we'll make up for it tomorrow.
9/4/17 Red In the Flats........
The snook fishing on here has been great the past few days with the storm looming. Will eat good regardless of the weather.
Jumped a lady fish.
Nice. What you get it on, a closer?
Nope, dry fly on a three weight !
22" red in the grass on Saturday
I know and on a 7x tippet to boot!
Down in Fernandina for the week, slipped out for an hour this am and roped this 23" Red on a DOA. Wind drove me off but plan on fishing all week. If anyone in the area wants to go, pm me.
School of big jacks near St. George Island
Boy got our only red yesterday in the Oak Hill backcountry. Lots of slot and above trout around.
The mullet run is in full swing here in Miami. Picked up this overslot snook last night when a large school of mullet came through the lights near my tug boat.
I keep a small bag of stuff here at work due to restricted living quarters, so I basically limited myself to jig heads and hogy's. I started cutting the bodies back and reusing them when they get chewed up around the jig head. It doesn't look quite right, but they work well.
29.5 on topwater plug, the big one got away!
Skiff is currently down for maintenance so I reverted to my earlier years, hit the pier and found a nice overslot.
Damn, @Forcefed !
EARLIER YEARS usually just means simpler, more effective and a lot more fun. Remember how much fun it was on ponds as a kid catching endless amounts of bluegill and crappie on bobbers and worms?