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  1. New River Trout Limit 2/27/13

    Awarded by , 02-28-2013 at 01:50 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by seapropie View Post
    Me and a fishing buddy hit the New River just after lunch today and had our limit in 50 minutes. Caught 14 fish in all the smallest being 15.5". Kept our limit ranging between 17-20 inches. I was using a broken glass808 mr17 and my partner was using gulp! swimming mullet on a red jighead. We were only in 18-24" of water and retrieved lures just fast enough to stay out of the snot grass.
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  2. 1-26-13 - New River Trout

    Awarded by , 01-27-2013 at 10:04 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by TimC View Post
    Well, today we headed out in search of Speckled Trout so we launched in the New River and fished a couple of creeks that I have never been in before that were off the New River. The first one was too shallow with us pulling up snot grass on each cast so we headed to the next creek. This one was nice and deep and looked like it should hold trout. We worked our way up the creek with my two buddies tossing jigs and I
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  3. Shooting Reds in a barrel

    Awarded by , 01-24-2013 at 09:42 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Pesky View Post
    Ashleigh Brilliant is a cartoonist and author. I always liked his quote about luck: "Maybe I'm lucky to be going so slowly, because I may be going in the wrong direction." I always thought this really hits home when you are in a kayak watching the motor boats pull away from the launch. Well, I was lucky this day and slowly going in the right direction. With a light breeze out of the SW, me and 3 others
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  4. first trout of 2013

    Awarded by , 01-10-2013 at 11:15 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Curtis Pelt View Post
    after being sick since new years day it was so good to get back on the water today with CHICK for the first time in 2013 . also very happy all my fish friends were there to greet me . no monsters but nice 17-18 inch fish . guess what's for dinner ??
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  5. winter trout down east

    Awarded by , 01-02-2013 at 11:03 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by bluecrab View Post
    Spent new year's eve on the beach at the jetty and picked up the sow in the pics. I've thinking of expanding into some of the back waters in the sound with my jon boat, especially during the winter. From looking at the charts it looks like there is some deeper creeks, channels, sloughs, troughs, etc in the confluence the north river/middle marsh area, although it would definitely take some trial and error. Am I
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