Cause if I told you where I was I'd have to kill you...LOL
I'm a newbie and have only been fishing the bay for about 2 years. I fish about once a week and sometimes twice a week. Mostly for whatever is biting in the bay. I read this blog on a daily basis and look for info. Sometimes I send in a report, usually I don't. The biggest reason I didn't is because up until now (for flounder at least), I wasn't sure if I was using the right technique, bait, etc... to catch the target fish and didn't want to give a bad report when there could have been fish caught. I think this is probably why you don't get some reports from newbies.
No longer, I am no longer afraid of the rock stars. I will post my reports and be bitten at as if I were a piece of tube squid, fished off of the first island, close to the rocks.
I greatly appreciate the posts by most people on this blog. Whether it's for what fish are biting, what technique to use, what line to use, etc... or just for pure entertainment, as much of it is.
Too all of you who fish and post, thanks. There are a few of you I could name (at least by screen names) but won't. I've learned a great deal from you and other locals I've fished with. I don't think I know anybody's secret spots (I don't even know most of your boats, and if I did, I doubt I'd actually follow you).
A bit of info you all may or may not know. We caught Mahi at the triangle reef this past weekend. I would've posted but I wasn't on my boat and I wasn't sure if the capt of the boat wanted me to or not. Wasn't quite bull, around 25 to 30lbs while fishing for shark, but definitely not bailer.
Cold beer and tight lines,
Originally Posted by Saucier
I was one of them yelling at you back in the day about that haha, apologies Suacier, get that canoe out and put the smack on em, this summer has been unreal, the bite is yet to end, i beleive fall will go down in the history books as one of the best
I have never seen so many 30+ specks in the course of the last 6 months, not to mention i was puttin the smack on em at the start of March when the Ditch was being pounded, and I had it all to myself