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Capt. Nathan's Sight Casting; Seadrift, TX. 11/3/22 #14525447 11/04/22 09:39 PM
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Sight Casting before approaching fronts can be very successful. On Either normal tides or low tides, reds usually go on a more aggressive feed as these fronts get closer. Found many fish crushing surface mullet, and patrolling the banks for small perch and grass shrimp.


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Re: Capt. Nathan's Sight Casting; Seadrift, TX. 11/3/22 [Re: Captain Nathan Beabout] #14525566 11/04/22 11:47 PM
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As always. Solid post. Good job. thumb


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