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Old 05-06-18, 05:41 AM   #1
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Saturday I called an audible on the launch time from noon to 6:30 am due the rain that was supposed to be heavy at times around 2pm. The rain never got anything more than a sprinkle but the fishing on the incoming tide was fantastic. Well yes and no on the fantastic. I set my anchor in a huge school of shad and the fish where jumping all around the boat all day. Took about an hour for the tide to turn and boat the first fish. Nice hit on the starboard side rod. Cast right back in that spot and another nice cat. Put all three rods out deep on that side and the action never stopped till noon. Maybe 45 to 50 cats landed and half too big to keep. Had three double hook ups and two triple hook ups. Non-stop action.






Great crew and fun time.

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