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great couple of hours on the laguna madre


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#1 jekeller

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Posted 28 September 2004 - 12:46 AM

lots of water in the bay due to slosh effect from hurricane. anyhow the redfish and trout were really in close. too deep to detect tailers but in two hours the two of us landed and released a dozen redfish in about 2 hours. the best was 26 inches. interestingly enough the local bait soakers caught nothing. is high water helping anyone else out? biggrin.gif

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Posted 28 September 2004 - 10:45 AM

I'm in Ontario, still waiting for a rain to help with the salmon run.. theirs a few in the creek, but I'm convinced once that water rises and gives them a path, the salmon will raise the water themselves.. headbang.gif
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