With the return of standard time and chilly temps, we didn’t head out overly early. We launched about an hour and a half after sunrise and made the long run into the marsh. It was a beautiful morning, a bit breezy but nothing unmanageable.
It only took us a few minutes to find fish and get the first few in the boat. It slowed down for a bit, then we started chasing schooling fish under birds with limited success, but ended the day getting a couple more fish in the boat. By the time we made our exit the wind had died and the big lake was uncharacteristically slick. It was a day much needed No doubt this sheepie is British All of the fish we caught were fat as fuck. I kept one for dinner, he had 2 small crabs, about a hundred shrimp and a baby speckled trout in his belly Fresh fried fish, greens, black eye peas and cornbread
"Put in the effort and good things happen"... Hogleg
"Salinity is proportional to sanity for sure" ..The Volfish
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