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Bulow Creek, Fla 12.28.13

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marshwabbit

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Bulow Creek, Fla 12.28.13

PostWed Jan 01, 2014 9:04 pm

the weather was far from perfect. we had to hide in the trees from the rain, twice. but when it quit, it looked like this......

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we went down to my father-in-law's after christmas. the weather looked bad, so i left my boat at home and he hooked me up with bryan again.

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this was the second time i fished with him. last time i was to stubborn to fish with the one & only plug he uses. and it worked.

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possibly the smallest snook ever caught on THE one & only lure.

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ended up with 5 snook, 1 red, & 1 mangrove snapper and lost another 4 snook at the boat.
186 cape island, carolina blue hull, 150 VMax, & my golden retriever
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Re: Bulow Creek, Fla 12.28.13

PostWed Jan 01, 2014 9:21 pm

Very neat to see small snook taking relatively large lures. Have an area down here where I can catch small snook on a small white fly. Wish I could find the larger ones. {:-)
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Re: Bulow Creek, Fla 12.28.13

PostMon Jan 13, 2014 8:13 pm

Got to admire that little snook's ambition :P

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