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Old 05-15-2019, 11:15 AM   #851
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Well I could have predicted this. Forecast in POC for Saturday calls for 20-30 mph SE wind with possible thunderstorms.


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Old 05-15-2019, 11:18 AM   #852
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Typical spring time weather on the coast. Lol
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:56 AM   #853
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Well I could have predicted this. Forecast in POC for Saturday calls for 20-30 mph SE wind with possible thunderstorms.
I'm going anyway, birthday weekend. Might be campfire and beer weekend though.
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Old 05-15-2019, 12:01 PM   #854
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I'm going anyway, birthday weekend. Might be campfire and beer weekend though.


Same here. I volunteered to be a boat captain for Warriorís Weekend.


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Old 05-15-2019, 12:09 PM   #856
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18 reds 2 flat fish last trip and NO trout. I'm gonna find one of it kills me!

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You dog!! Must be nice... Us workin' folks gotta.... well... work!
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Headed to Cabo Saturday, need to sneak in a trip before I leave
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Old 05-15-2019, 12:54 PM   #860
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First world problems right there.


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Old 05-15-2019, 01:23 PM   #861
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Just picked up a new Garmin 94SV for my bay boat, anyone have any experience with this system? If so how hard was it to install!?
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Old 05-15-2019, 01:41 PM   #862
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Just picked up a new Garmin 94SV for my bay boat, anyone have any experience with this system? If so how hard was it to install!?
That's what I run. Find a spot you like, run cables, install bracket & transducer, Go for a ride & enjoy. The quick on & off bracket is awesome. Be sure to apply dielectric grease to all connections. Throw away factory fuse holder & replace with a blade fuse & sealed holder.
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Old 05-15-2019, 01:43 PM   #863
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yea, caboÖ.was supposed to roll that way in june. Rather large trial set for same week. OK, I'll be good and stay here to play. Email from court yesterday....reset to august
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:33 PM   #865
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River is down
East end of East Bay fresh
Boggy is fresh
West end of East Bay looks good, but no bait??
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:59 PM   #866
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River is down
East end of East Bay fresh
Boggy is fresh
West end of East Bay looks good, but no bait??
That's no good. Was planning being down there Friday. Water all dirty? We caught them last year in that fresh water down there tight to the shoreline.
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Old 05-15-2019, 04:13 PM   #867
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Old 05-15-2019, 04:24 PM   #868
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Headed down tonight to catch the good morning weather tomorrow, might grind it all weekend
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Lol man we're ready. Been over 2 years since we took a vacation just the 2 of us.

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Old 05-15-2019, 04:46 PM   #870
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In yalls opinion whatís the better color dsl plum or purple reign? Thereís so many colors of dsl I like that I donít know which one to throw, or have to buy every color and carry them all when I go


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Old 05-15-2019, 05:19 PM   #871
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Topwater bite is on in POC. Limits two mornings in a roll within an hour.



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In yalls opinion whatís the better color dsl plum or purple reign? Thereís so many colors of dsl I like that I donít know which one to throw, or have to buy every color and carry them all when I go


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I think the color stuff is overrated. Pick something you like and itíll probably work. The only color I use is plum/chartreuse, and only two types of plastics, Iím not kidding. You can ask the guys that fish with me. Iím not a pro but catch enough fish to be happy. Lol. IMO the important part is being able to find fish. If you can locate feeding fish, it doesnít matter what you put out there, as long as it moves they will eat it. The other thing is to experiment with your retrieve and try to figure out how they want it. Most days Iím ripping baits back to me, sometimes they like it slower though.
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I think the color stuff is overrated. Pick something you like and itíll probably work. The only color I use is plum/chartreuse, and only two types of plastics, Iím not kidding. You can ask the guys that fish with me. Iím not a pro but catch enough fish to be happy. Lol. IMO the important part is being able to find fish. If you can locate feeding fish, it doesnít matter what you put out there, as long as it moves they will eat it. The other thing is to experiment with your retrieve and try to figure out how they want it. Most days Iím ripping baits back to me, sometimes they like it slower though.
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I throw chicken on a chain, electric chicken, plum/chart, salt and pepper/ chart tail, and bone topwaters. If they arenít eating one of those Iíll just not catch them. I throw different tail patterns of each but those are the only colors


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Old 05-15-2019, 06:10 PM   #875
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Thatís awesome! What time of day? Water depth? Thanks!


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Old 05-15-2019, 06:31 PM   #876
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Old 05-15-2019, 06:59 PM   #878
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That's no good. Was planning being down there Friday. Water all dirty? We caught them last year in that fresh water down there tight to the shoreline.
Iíll have a better report tomorrow, working Boggy first
Then north shore to Chick/pen
Then east end , working west , will quit at Oyster Farm
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Then north shore to Chick/pen
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Appreciate it.
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Looking for input on the Seagrove, FL area. In my VERY limited knowledge of saltwater fishing, would it basically be the same way you would fish on the coast of Texas? I'll be strictly beach fishing, no charters or kayaks.

I'll be there July 19-28 for vacation. Only gonna have room for a couple setups with limited tackle.

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Old 05-15-2019, 07:38 PM   #882
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Looking for input on the Seagrove, FL area. In my VERY limited knowledge of saltwater fishing, would it basically be the same way you would fish on the coast of Texas? I'll be strictly beach fishing, no charters or kayaks.

I'll be there July 19-28 for vacation. Only gonna have room for a couple setups with limited tackle.

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No real advice other than FL beaches aren’t anything like Texas beaches. Much prettier but fishing was tough. If you have a kayak bring it. Fishing is much better out of the kayak off the beach. You can catch all kinds of stuff a 1/2 mile off the beach there.
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Looking for input on the Seagrove, FL area. In my VERY limited knowledge of saltwater fishing, would it basically be the same way you would fish on the coast of Texas? I'll be strictly beach fishing, no charters or kayaks.

I'll be there July 19-28 for vacation. Only gonna have room for a couple setups with limited tackle.

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Old 05-15-2019, 09:45 PM   #884
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I think the color stuff is overrated. Pick something you like and itíll probably work. The only color I use is plum/chartreuse, and only two types of plastics, Iím not kidding. You can ask the guys that fish with me. Iím not a pro but catch enough fish to be happy. Lol. IMO the important part is being able to find fish. If you can locate feeding fish, it doesnít matter what you put out there, as long as it moves they will eat it. The other thing is to experiment with your retrieve and try to figure out how they want it. Most days Iím ripping baits back to me, sometimes they like it slower though.


This . The only thing I would add is that to me, it has SO much to do with your own confidence. In DSL, I like the plum/chart in Matty, and in Galveston the Chartreuse Flash, a silver and green soft dine(regardless of where Iím fishing).
If I could throw only one lure all the time, it would probably be the DSL plum/chart but that is because Iím confident with it. In my mind, when I tie that on, if Iím not getting bit I feel like itís because the fish arenít there, so Iíll move spots before Iíll tie something else on. With other baits, Iíll keep tying on something different and fishing the same spot with no results. Iím certainly no pro, but I can usually put a few fish in the box each time I go.


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Iíll have a better report tomorrow, working Boggy first

Then north shore to Chick/pen

Then east end , working west , will quit at Oyster Farm


If you donít find them there, might try a hair further out to Eidelbach.


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The purple\chart DSL is hard to beat. I am a big fan of the white ice DSL.

I think a lot goes back to confidence more than color, not to mention if the fish are not there it does matter what color you throw you are not going to catch them.
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The purple\chart DSL is hard to beat. I am a big fan of the white ice DSL.

I think a lot goes back to confidence more than color, not to mention if the fish are not there it does matter what color you throw you are not going to catch them.
Just ordered some purp/char and some white ice.. heading to FL in July and gonna try em down there..

Havent really read or heard much of speckled trout in the surf near destin. They were thick as thieves in Surfside near Galveston..

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Old 05-16-2019, 05:49 AM   #890
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Just ordered some purp/char and some white ice.. heading to FL in July and gonna try em down there..

Havent really read or heard much of speckled trout in the surf near destin. They were thick as thieves in Surfside near Galveston..

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They wonít be thick there. Mainly ladyfish and Spanish mackerel.
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They wonít be thick there. Mainly ladyfish and Spanish mackerel.
May just have to take the kayak..

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They wonít be thick there. Mainly ladyfish and Spanish mackerel.


Iím dragging mine along this time. Seems like it will be worth the effort.


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Old 05-16-2019, 10:06 AM   #897
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Iím on them this morning as well in the LLM
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Ugh!!! Well, as some of you know a car backed into me pinning my torso between her car and my tailgate a few weeks ago while I was loading 50# bags of fertilizer. I was just getting back in the swing of things from that and pushed myself a little too hard to get the deck completed and re-injured my neck, shoulder, and back. As a result of this, no fishing or lifting over 2#ís for the next 6-8 weeks!


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Old 05-16-2019, 01:31 PM   #899
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Ugh!!! Well, as some of you know a car backed into me pinning my torso between her car and my tailgate a few weeks ago while I was loading 50# bags of fertilizer. I was just getting back in the swing of things from that and pushed myself a little too hard to get the deck completed and re-injured my neck, shoulder, and back. As a result of this, no fishing or lifting over 2#ís for the next 6-8 weeks!


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