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Old 07-14-2014, 09:06 AM
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The one time this year I'll be able to catch shrimp. Weirs coincidentally are open. Really low ride in the lake and the water was still rushing in to the dry marsh behind the weirs. It would have to rain another 5 foot to make the water level come up back there. Or they could open it up on a high tide ;-). Attachment 71223 so many people there, twice as many behind me and even more just 100 yards down.

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Hey BF I must have rolled right past you on my way back into the marsh. Big schools of big redfish were everywhere. We hammered them on fly.
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:39 AM
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The wildlife and fisheries biologist who was taking surveys of fishermen's catch yesterday at spicers said "I believe it was CCA who pushed for the triple tail limits," after we came back to the dock and told him there are hundreds of triple tail out there right now with about 10% being keepers. He was quick to say "woahh" when we told him their limit was a terrible idea, and was sure to say that "it was not our doings, it was CCA who pushed for it." He then went on to say that there is basically no science, and it will be extremely rare for people to go out there and run across lots of triple tail.

Triple tail are not worth fishing for anymore, and after yesterday I'm pissed about this limit. To me it would be equivalent to saying that a trout has to be 6lb's to keep. Unbelievable.
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:41 AM
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Hey BF I must have rolled right past you on my way back into the marsh. Big schools of big redfish were everywhere. We hammered them on fly.
im gonna go today too. were you in the yellowfin? i wanted to go back in the cut and slam some bulls but we made a run to the far side.
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:56 AM
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im gonna go today too. were you in the yellowfin? i wanted to go back in the cut and slam some bulls but we made a run to the far side.
I wish I had the budget for a Yellowfin. We were in a CS with a poling platform. The schools were huge in about 16-18 inches of water, and the fish were solid, most that we caught were over 10lbs up to 14.
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:58 AM
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oh man!! i think i stared at you for the entire time you were coming in! i love that boat. i had a small boat with a platform last year. now my champion is a little too big for the real shallow stuff lol
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Old 07-18-2014, 09:09 AM
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