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just got back from fishing indian pass, and the tarpon are still there, hooked a few couldnt manage to get one to the boat, the redfish and seatrout are hot down there!
10-12-06, 11:59 AM
with titelines and some buds last month. We stayed in the bay while kreekn and canyonken fished one day at the pass. Stopping to get gas, we were told that the poon's were lined up at IP..I agree, would love to see a photo of that t-poon...Sounds like you had a good time..If you guys have room in a backseat, I am game! Love that place!
im going in april or may, the baby is comming in november so no overnight excursions for awhile, i got a free place to stay so your welcome. there will not be any tarpon there that time of year, but the reds macks and specks should be on!
10-13-06, 04:24 PM
Your going to have one of those hard-headed scorpio's....If you hit November 20-my b-day..Uncle Dblhaul will send you a bottle of peaty grog..Seriously, hope all goes well..The bayside fishes good all winter, poons should start showing back up in the spring time..I am hoping to squeeze in another weekend trip before December..Love that place!
ever wade fish in st.joe bay , it aint the bahamas or bonefish but it works and is fun....if ya dont mind sharks. and blacktips are a blast on the fly rod!!
10-20-06, 02:11 PM
I waded and drug sit-on-top around in brackish outgoing tide for a day, last time we were down. Following day, I saw a bull shark, around the Pompano Point spoil area. Bull cruzed just the tip of the 17' Key West that titelines and I were fishing out of, it was a 7foot shark, easy. It was awesome to see just how fast that big boy could scoot...Makes one want to be "above" the water..Saw a few nice bonnet-heads too.
10-20-06, 09:11 PM
Try tarpon fishing from a kayak. Also known as water skiing behind a fish. I used to do this along the beaches Suncoast of Florida during the summer mornings. What a rush....
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