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  1. It was all about variety yesterday in the ENP. We launched early at OR (with 25-30 others from the Naples area who were entered in a Red/Snook tournament). Low tide at 6:43 a.m. so we would have incoming water all morning followed by a falling tide in the afternoon. Weather was overcast, but nice. Winds were calm. Fished with my buddy, Mike (InTheSlot12), who was injured in a boating accident back in June. This was his first time on the water since then. We caught just about every species--reds, snook, trout, jacks, ladyfish--but the capstone was this large tarpon that we caught at the end of the day along a shore line on the incoming tide. Most of the catch was on hard plastic sinking twitch baits or soft plastics. The tarpon ate a soft plastic jerk bait. I lost one after one jump that took a purple DOA Baitbuster; that would have closed the inshore grand slam for me. But Mike brought it home for the boat grand slam! The day would not have been complete without spending some time with Ranger John Kalafarski to hear his stories about snook otoliths, the importance of no see ums (ceratopogonidae) to the chocolate industry, and this Burmese Python skin.
  2. Launched at OR on a high tide around 7:15 a.m. and was excited about the prospects of fishing the outgoing water all day. But, the weatherman lied again and winds were strong out of the ESE, so we stayed primarily on the inside, fishing the backcountry creeks and coves. The trout bite was on and we caught all we wanted, mostly on top water lures. Most of the fish were in the 12" to 15" range, but we did land a few up to about 20". We sprinkled in a few jacks and lady fish and a nice grouper, but no reds and no snook. Overall, a very nice day except for the wind. Going back again tomorrow so hope the weather cooperates. I'll post another report early next week.
  3. Guys, We are fishing to raise money for The Disabled Vets in Volusia and Flagler Counties. All of the money raised here stays here so any help is appreciated. At the same time we are collecting live Redfish for the CCA Star Tournament. All of the info is outlined below and I would love to see a bunch on MBC products fishing our tournament. Also note that we now have check out locations at Bings, Rt100 Bridge, Granada Bridge and Dunlawton Bridge. Thanks for your support. Any questions call 407-257-8233. Chuck
  4. Guys, We are fishing to raise money for The Disabled Vets in Volusia and Flagler Counties. All of the money raised here stays here so any help is appreciated. At the same time we are collecting live Redfish for the CCA Star Tournament. All of the info is outlined below and I would love to see a bunch on MBC products fishing our tournament. Also note that we now have check out locations at Bings, Rt100 Bridge, Granada Bridge and Dunlawton Bridge. Thanks for your support. Any questions call 407-257-8233. Chuck
  5. Fall Fishing

    Fall fishing has picked up. We got into some trout recently and a nice 5lb Flounder.
  6. 2002 Hewes Redfisher 21

    2002 Hewes REDFISHER 21' $21,500 Yamaha Vmax 150 HPDI (301HRS), trim tabs, jack plate, new stereo and speakers (jbl), New custom seats, new custom backrest with rocket launcher pole holders, poling platform, push pole, pole holders off of poling platform, power pole, on board charger (not hooked up), Bimini top (attach or detach your choice), custom fit boat cover, guided trailer posts with brake lights attached. Two bait wells, one livewell, two side rod storage compartments, three dry storage compartments, Center guide on trailer and front roller recently replaced. Trailer is a EZ loader, trolling motor needs replaced. Lowrance fish/depth finder (small burn spot). Boat is in great condition. No under body scuffs, good gel coat.
  7. Well, after a house full of family for St Patty's Day.... we decided to take a chance on the wind on Saturday morning. Caught the first four hours of incoming tide at a few of my respectable fishing drops....using trustworthy DOA's and bass assassins...we did manage to catch a few nice trout. The water had dropped to 57 F this morning compared to 64F a week ago. I guess that week of 30F degree weather pulled it down..but, the fish had a very aggressive bite.
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