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#3152999 - 06/30/18 10:20 AM A little Fatherís Day fun.
Predator257Roy Offline
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Registered: 10/11/08
Posts: 998
Loc: Sunny Central Florida
Went out of Yankeetown on Fatherís Day with no wind, calf seas and stifling heat.

We went further out than we have previously, couldnít see land, only the steam towers of the power plant. Not sure why, but we all ended up sick, on the calmest water we had been on. Water was like glass with slight rolling. Maybe the heat, the rhythm of the rolls or being out of sight of land, but it wasnít good. We moved in towards land about 12 miles out where our normal go to spot was. We all started feeling better and got in some fishing. It seems that the calmest days are hardest to fish. We saw tons of baitfish on the surface and other fish jumping a rolling, but the bite was difficult. Iím still on the learning curve. We caught a Trout, Jack Crevelle, catfish, Bonnethead Shark, and Cobia. These were Elizabeth and my first Cobia, hers was 29Ē, mine was 32Ē. 33Ē was minimal limit.

Elizabeth drove us back to the boat ramp. It was Hot.


#3153209 - 07/02/18 10:46 AM Re: A little Fatherís Day fun. [Re: Predator257Roy]
atd Offline
Die Hard Member II

Registered: 04/07/11
Posts: 1179
Loc: Miami Beach
Congrats on the Cobia, even if they were under proves that you are getting the hang of it. Dramamine (sp?) tablets help for those who are prone to sea sickness, half for the kid.
If you ever come across any Manta rays offshore drop a bait, they almost always have Cobia in tow.

Edited by atd (07/02/18 11:05 AM)


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