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D3Smartie

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#1
Dropped the boat into the canal yesterday in anticipation of the zoo that will be this mornings launch for shrimp season. Managed to fish a little when i did finally get everything running smoothly and man is it nice to have the boat back. hooked 4 or 5 cutts and landed 3. Then i spotted a school of resident silvers tearing up some baby sandlance and it was on for and hour or so before I had to leave for dinner.
The resis were all about 15 inches and the cutts about the same. i did get one really nice cuttie around 19 or so. but i couldnt get a solid measurement on him as I forgot my net and he flopped out of my hands. oh well. :beer1:
Solid couple hours anyways. :thumb:
 
#2
Do you use any particular fly for baby sandlance? Might head out tomorrow and some people are seeing chum fry, some are not. Just seein what out there in canal before i head out. Sounds like a real good day to me.
 

D3Smartie

Active Member
#3
Bill at Peninsula Outifitters has some flies there that are really light epoxy baitfish. almost a tan over white, with an epoxy head and a little flash.
thats what i have been using.
 
#5
Hey Dave,

It's been pure insanity over here for a couple weeks. Massive hordes of searun cutties and rezzies. Some days I do really well early in the mornings when they are in casting range, most of the time I just get to watch the show out in the rips 200+ feet out.

Justin
aka Kid Sauk
 

D3Smartie

Active Member
#6
Justin- Call me sometime and we'll get out. i have been super busy with work but i am always looking for an excuse to get on the water.
 

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