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I was on the water at 0600 despite the radar showing storms. I figured I would get 1-2 hours of fishing in prior to the downpours.
Went to one of my spots on the ICW and after a few minutes starting catching small trout on popping corks/DOA shrimp. All the trout were the same size.
Looked up and the sky was quite ominous, decided to move closer to the Sunset Beach boat ramp for a quick escape if the storm kept heading our way.
Anchored up and started throwing popping corks again, wife was throwing 17MR's. It was quite windy and it became a chore just trying to cast. Then, the wind stopped, dead calm.
Tossed my popping cork a few times and landed this red.

I could not keep my cap on it was so dangum windy.

Hoping things clear up and will try hitting it later again today.

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I was on the water at 0600 despite the radar showing storms. I figured I would get 1-2 hours of fishing in prior to the downpours.
Went to one of my spots on the ICW and after a few minutes starting catching small trout on popping corks/DOA shrimp. All the trout were the same size.
Looked up and the sky was quite ominous, decided to move closer to the Sunset Beach boat ramp for a quick escape if the storm kept heading our way.
Anchored up and started throwing popping corks again, wife was throwing 17MR's. It was quite windy and it became a chore just trying to cast. Then, the wind stopped, dead calm.
Tossed my popping cork a few times and landed this red.

I could not keep my cap on it was so dangum windy.

Hoping things clear up and will try hitting it later again today.

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Nice!!

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