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Posted by on April 24, 2014 at 03:50 am

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Looks as though spring has finally settled in and the fish are responding to the beautiful weather we’ve been having.  I have had a few light tackle trips lately and it’s been fun having people who have never sight casted to reds really get into it and  the excitement they have when they hook into a nice red.  Cobia are starting to show up and this should only increase as the days go by.  The trout bite is there and hopefully will only get better !

On another note I just got my New Smith Optics Glasses in the mail and I must say they are the best Glasses I have ever used fishing.  I had an old pair that had seen it all for the past few years and finally they gave up after many duct tape and super glue.  I have never been happier with a pair of glasses.  The New lenses with the chromo pop lens really light up the fish in the water, and the whole world looks better thru them.

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Posted by on September 12, 2012 at 06:27 am

David B couldn't get enough in one day Day 2

I have been slack fishing and posting,  Hurricane Leslie was pumping just too much swell to think about fishing.  As you can see we are having a bit of fun in the grass chasing some tail.  I even had the chance to go out and do a little bit of fun fishing and found a nice group of fishing tailing nearby.  I was solo so I had to wade and let me just say you are at a major disadvantage wading for tailing reds.  I guess I have been spoiled fishing from the best shallow water fishing platform, “Hell’s Bay Prof”  Being in my boat allows you to cover so much more water and gives the angler and guide much more visibility,  another thing I found is it helps keep your back cast from catching grass.  I will never wade again unless absolutely necessary.  Another thing about my Hell’s Bay I have found is that with only one angler I’m in the grass before the fish anyway. The fish need more water than my boat.

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