twelve/27/seventeen Great fishing in everglades and gulf of mexico!
Amazing day with Wealthy and Luke cromwell, return consumers of mine down on vacation. We had plenty of bait stocked up and obtained a small bit of an early commence. Tried some snook holes early on devoid of much luck although did uncover some pleasant trout there. Inevitably we located a few snook in just one location and caught a few. Experienced a huge 10+ lb just one that I considered was a shark that we obtained to the boat and obtained a superior glance at, but in advance of I could grab the net he slice us off! We then caught some much more trout and a few Jack’s functioning some shorelines with our pilchards and shrimp. We made the decision to go strike the gulf and glance for tripletails and that was genuinely superior we caught pretty a few together with just one keeper. A different just one far too that was a monster we had boatside but pulled the hook on! If he only knew it was his lucky day we have been gonna launch him anyways! But fun struggle pretty remarkable I have it on movie I will post afterwards. We then located a pleasant cobia which was a great shock we did permit him go far too, merry Xmas Mr cobia 藍藍. We located some tarpon coming in from the gulf and gave that a attempt. Yesterday they did not reply but disorders looked a small superior currently it was hotter with a light easterly wind. We labored difficult and moved many instances, we had a few blacktips but the tarpon just wouldn’t chunk. Then eventually right after we have been about to get in touch with it quits the line zinged and a pleasant 90 lb tarpon went air born! We obtained some superior photos of him and a healthier launch. That was about it for our day we attempted just one other spot with our are living baits for a doable snook or redfish but no luck. All in all although a day Wealthy and Luke will not neglect! Back at it tomorrow with any luck , it’s close to as superior.
Capt. Rick Stanczyk
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