January 12th, 2006 Red, Whiting and wind that Blew.

Dewey, Wayne Hamilton and I headed out fishing this morning at the Jetty - and on the way out ran acrossed this boat anchored off to the side of the ship channel. There were 5 or 6 guys in the boat - and they said they had been stranded all night long. We towed them into the boat dock at the end of the Dike - and immediately when they got on dry land - one headed to the blue boxes!

When we got to the Jetty - the wind was out of the SSW at about 10. The water temperature was 59.6 and we fished the end of an outgoing tide and the a slack tide. Water quality was fair. We fished with mullet, shad, shrimp, whiting, croaker and sand trout that we caught.

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