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May 2014

FISHING 5/18/2014

Bright sun, temps were in the 80ís and the wind is usy and after two of these most had enough. Lanes
and Muttons made the short catch list with many big AJíS but an anchored boat in the less than polite
conditions, well lets say the Grouper were happy. This was a week where size did matter, if the boat was
big enough the Dolphin bite was still on 100í south of the inlet, most anglers were south and that
is where the Kingís were, big Kings so it was south. A few Sails in the mix and yes the Cobia are still
with us. Today is Sunday and no rain, wind has slowed and the seas are settling and by Monday it will
all be perfect, of course we will be at work, conspires between the weather man and the Grouper.
It has been a 3oz week on the beach and very fishable, with an excellent catch list . Whiting and
Croaker were most of it with big Jacks and Snook to round it off. Whiting and Croaker were all of good
size eating a piece of shrimp and so were the big Jacks. Over cast days made for easy fishing, any time was
good with Snook in the trough looking for small Whiting and Croaker, easy fishing till the big Jacks made
there presence known.
River, it has been plenty of Trout with a mix of Reds from the Jensen causeway north along the east
side, east wind all week kept anglers on the east side. Early for the Reds they prefer the cooler water,
but they are there all day and the good thing is they will eat any thing you would feed a Trout. Big Jacks and
Lady fish will keep you busy, they are in the mix with plenty off short Snook. Tarpon are rolling, no hook up
yet but this is a new week, river settles and you will be able to see the Triple Tail on the channel markers,
summer is finally here. Now if we could turn off this wind, have a great week.................HENRY


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