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#12717092 - 04/14/18 09:13 PM Horrible Weather, GREAT REDFISHING!!
Capt. Lindy Hebert Offline

Registered: 07/15/10
Posts: 229
Loc: Texas

High winds, rain, high tides, muddy water, fresh water, could not be any worse conditions. Had a great day of fishing! We were catching Reds on every cast, multiple double hook ups. When it started pouring down raining, we could see the rain, but could not feel getting wet, because of all the excitement. Caught all the Redfish and a couple of Flounder in 2'-3' of water, right up against the bank. There was nobody at the boat ramp when we got there, and no one there when we left. The good thing about bad weather is most people don't go fishing. There was a wide range of Redfish, ranging from 18" to 28". Caught a couple of Flounder by accident, but that is OK.

#12718197 - 04/15/18 11:01 PM Re: Horrible Weather, GREAT REDFISHING!! [Re: Capt. Lindy Hebert]
banker-always fishing Offline
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Registered: 07/12/10
Posts: 43392
Loc: Universal City Tx.
Nice fish. Good job. thumb

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