Originally Posted by old skool
Went to the stream for the first time in several years on the 27' Wahoo, Flying Fisherman. Starting working a nice weedline. On the fish as soon as we got the spread set. Picked up 14 mahi, several that were 30+. Stopped trolling at 12 went to the bottom for a little while. 1 nice red grouper, 3 tiles and an assortment of other stuff. Beautiful day, saw a guy out there in a 20' CS Not sure that was a good
Originally Posted by Brett_Murphy
I took the kids (age 6 and 10) fishing today at a local creek. I told them we were not going to use worms because we were fishing for big fish and that it might be a while before they caught anything.
Needless to say, they busied themselves doing other things.
I kind of expected this. I also was
Originally Posted by Jay
I made it out to Randleman for the morning till about 1 before I needed to get other things done. Its been a trying past few weeks, and haven't been able to make it out at all, so I took what I could get.
Water temps: 75-77
Winds calm then out of the west.
Skies were kind of blue/hazy with what looked like rain/storms in the distance up north, eventually overcast rolled in. It sprinkled
Originally Posted by wademaster
I spent 9 hours wading today. Took the fly rod of course with high hopes and somewhat low expectations. I'm getting the hang of it nicely and quickly I think. I tied on an elk hair caddis that received lots of attention but the fish would never commit fully. I tied on a Dave's Hopper with a nymph dropper with no luck (lost both of those). Then came the black wooly bugger. This thing is the ticket.
First 8 fish were
Originally Posted by papadave
Had the absolute pleasure of fishing with Brenardo and his very capable fist mate over the weekend. Plan was to run out to CALO for some cobia chasin. Saturday's weather was less than perfect to say the least, but nothing ventured ..........
We connected with the Grand Poohbah (Island Man) at the RI ramp. Tim had graciously agreed to take a couple