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Old 06-16-18, 02:22 PM   #11
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Grabbed this guy in the surf but he was already dead.
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Old 06-16-18, 06:52 PM   #12
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...if he wasn't stinkin' yet, one of those claws cracked and hooked through the joint might attract a big ole red...

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Old 06-16-18, 07:13 PM   #13
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Thought about it, but he was huge. One of the biggest blues I have seen. We caught another one but it was a female, released. We missed a few more, but there were a lot last couple of days.
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He brought his buddies today, lol

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Old 06-19-18, 03:55 PM   #15
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Prettly late for Pomps. We went in late May immediately after Alberto and there were no signs of life in the surf. No bait or fleas. Waves were rocking & rolling and the wind was up. Caught a couple of trout, spade, catfish & puppy drum and zero sharks. Very poor for St. George. Took a charter and caught a nice black drum, slot red and a nice trout. No triple tail either. Kids had fun and we ate well that night.

Hopefully it gets back to normal soon.
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Prettly late for Pomps. We went in late May immediately after Alberto and there were no signs of life in the surf. No bait or fleas. Waves were rocking & rolling and the wind was up. Caught a couple of trout, spade, catfish & puppy drum and zero sharks. Very poor for St. George. Took a charter and caught a nice black drum, slot red and a nice trout. No triple tail either. Kids had fun and we ate well that night.



Hopefully it gets back to normal soon.


We have been going down every year to the same house for the last 5 years and this year was the slowest by far.
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