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Old 08-29-10, 06:43 PM   #1
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Driving down to Northern Neck a skunk crossed my path... there has got to be some bad mojo from that... gotta be..
Saturday morning head up in to the fresh water on an incoming tide.. fished hard for three hours straight.. tried every trick and every incoming spot I could.. at hour four we got a very small LGMouth and lost a cypress trout at the boat. fished another hour and the tide just kept coming in.. by now every LGMouth was 40 feet back in the woods and feeding.. About face and 12 miles later we ran south to find breaking schools of bait. Now we got something going on with about 8 blues and four small trout.. Tired and hot we left them for the AC indoors.
Sunday we run out into the bay proper and set up in smooth water. First rod out with a whole blue it goes off screaming. 20 minutes later our first shark is released boat side.. about 5 feet long and a dusky. This went on till tide slowed and the making bait changed to sea mullet. Nice big sea mullet that ended up in the cooler.. At incoming it picked right back up with several southern rays at about 70 lbs and few cow nose and some regular skates as well. Once again safety first so pics are of the small stuff.
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Those sand shark eyes are so cool..
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Old 08-30-10, 10:54 AM   #2
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I'm looking more forward to salt than fresh.
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Old 08-31-10, 11:50 AM   #3
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Dave I believe the curse of the club (NHBA) is going to get us this weekend. Hot temps all week long, bad tides or no outgoing with the storms off the coast, and the fishing will shut down!!!! Happens all the time.

Make sure you bring the half gallon cuz I think it's gonna be tough. But I know Capt Mike will do his best to put us on fish!!!
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To me, it's all about the place and people. The fish are a bonus.
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Old 08-31-10, 07:18 PM   #5
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form the other thread.....looks like ya'll are gonna be having too much "other" fun reather than fish. HAHAHAHHAA!!!
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It is a good time even if the fish don't bite.
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