Monday, April 24, 2006
Fishing up near Channel A, The flats and the bridges. We hit the water at around 6:00am the sun was just coming up and the water seemed like it would be perfect for fishing. We started by drifting on the incoming tide. Top water was fun but the fish we were looking for were not around. Ladyfish almost non-stop on the top water was the cathc of the day. We thought at least we would hook a trout or a stray red but we had no luck there. Even Live Shrimp couldn't land us a hit....Well at least this weekend should be better. Our Hubbards Marina Offshore Trip Leaves Friday and we should have some good fishing all weekend...Hopefully the American Red Snappers won't be so elusive.
Thursday, April 20, 2006
This is not NEW NEWS...... Hit the water by 5:15pm thought we would try out the creek and see what we could find stopped at some of the best looking spots along the way for top water and found that nothing seemed to be working deep in the creek. Once we hit the mouth it was a different story. the main channel was producing Snook on about every third throw. Dual 27's were landed in about 15 minutes and some of the biggest Jack Creval were landed. The place was hot right up until dark but we had our limit so we headed back. The fishing was great and the water temp is really up. Next weekend is our offshore trip and we hope to light up the American Reds.
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
On the Water by around 11:30am nothing special planned just heading towards the water to see what we could catch. Nothing really biting except a few Catfish and some Ladyfish. Hopefully the next couple of weeks will warm the water and we should see some Spanish macks and some trout in the upper bay waters