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All Hallows Eve Fishing

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All Hallows Eve Fishing

PostThu Oct 31, 2013 9:58 am

Hit the water yesterday morning with my Dad and visibility around 1/8 of a mile....
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Filled the livewell with a couple hundred live shrimp and after a long, slow ride we headed out to the south Charleston jetties. We fished the outgoing tide and hammered the fish for a hour and a half straight. We released 30 plus fish that included red drum, black drum and sheepshead and tagged quite a few of the redfish. We also missed quite a few of the craft suckers.
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One of the released... Nice fat chin I have

After the tide slacked, we headed south to a sunken shrimp boat and worked on the weakfish. We headed back in and had lunch at the Waters Edge along with a few Gin and Tonics. Not bad for a Wednesday in the fall.
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Get out and fish...
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Re: All Hallows Eve Fishing

PostThu Oct 31, 2013 5:52 pm

Good looking pile of fish. Like to see the flounder. Shrimp--Cast net??? Looking forward to the wind calming a bit here, Cudjoe Key. Should be able to get out Friday.
Ron Conner: Release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough.

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