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[*] posted on 12/11/18 at 20:32 Reply With Quote
Sunday in HH



So a buddy and I went kayaking Sunday starting about 7:30 am to catch the last of the incoming tide. Water was about 65 degrees to start and warmed to about 67 degrees a couple of hours later. The orange Crazy Dad was responsible for most of the 15 fish, with a black/white angel hair clouser catching the rest. For once I used the same rig and flies for the whole morning, never breaking off or tangling. Nothing larger than about 12-13 inches. I caught one mackerel and the rest bass - a few sandies, a couple of calicos, and the rest spotties. No real hot spot of catching; I felt like I was hunting and scratching and just barely finding a few fish at each location. It was fun until the tide peaked, and then it wasn't, and it was time to go home and get pancakes.

Keep fishing - Kevin

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[*] posted on 13/11/18 at 06:17 Reply With Quote


I like pancakes! Let scrub fishing and eat.
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[*] posted on 15/11/18 at 09:50 Reply With Quote


Nice going Kevin, I gotta get back out there. There are some ripping tides next week.
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