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Went out again to Ding to throw my pinfish around. Today the tide was in more than last week when I went and I only hooked up on one tarpon, he ended up breaking my line, my bad I did not have a fresh bite tippet on and as soon as I was happy he was hooked and I thought that I may touch this king, he broke me off. Moron.

Last week, when the tide was low and the place was full of rolling Tarpon, I turned a load of fish and landed four.

Today like the three times before when I was in there, the little snook were/are everywhere, what a great estuary for these little fellas. I am still amazed at how many varieties of fish there are and each one of them has their own protocol. I am sure the larger fish are there but I have not figured out how to hook them....yet.

Next Thursday I will be back in the boat with a neighbor who just got a new Mitzi and is quite savvy about where to fish close to the cape. I hope to hook up on some of the larger fish I missed the other day.



Beat the heck out of working though.
 

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Dammit, I thought maybe you banged an orange skinned Jersey Shore Skank...and wanted to share you experience with us... :(

Nice little snook, though... :biggrin1:
 

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that is awesome cochise.
Keep the Florida post(s) coming!
 
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