Full Moons

By |2019-05-20T02:06:05+00:005.20.2019|2 Comments

After checking the weather and moons, I decided to hold off on the fishing to later in the afternoon on Sat. Hit Wabasso and headed to the south point. Bait was everywhere, and I could see tails. Throwing a gold paddle tail on red jig I immediately hook up, I was thinking red, but was pleasantly surprised with an 18 inch snook. I’m thinking we’re about to have a great day. Next cast, boom, another snook at 22inch. This is too easy and our measurements are heading in a great direction. 2 hours, every lure brought, a bunch of jacks the size of my hand, and several hundred cast later I called it a day. I never made it to full dark as my gheenoe is not properly equipped at the moment. Never got a red, but I was seeing plenty of them. Wasn’t my worse day, wasn’t my best.

About the Author:

Primarily East Central Coast Inshore and West Central Coast Offshore fisherman. Baits of choice are : DOA paddle tails with jigs. Super Spook top water Gulp shrimp

2 Comments

  1. Damon May 20, 2019 at 6:57 am

    Sounds like a fun day, good to hear there is good numbers of bait around.

  2. JC May 21, 2019 at 8:12 am

    Yeah not a bad day at all, fish on the menu or not!

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