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Capt. Nathan's Sight Casting Report; Seadrift, TX. 7/25/21 #14073144 07/25/21 09:34 PM
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Sometimes you have to locate their areas of refuge under these extreme low tides.
One of the tricks I like to use is moving super slow, almost floating with little to no trolling motor use.

Down South Lures watermelon and white ice on an Owner Cutting Point 1/4oz jig from DSL. All fish were released to fight another day.
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Re: Capt. Nathan's Sight Casting Report; Seadrift, TX. 7/25/21 [Re: Captain Nathan Beabout] #14073355 07/26/21 02:45 AM
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