Thursday, May 25th, 2006

Dewey and I snuck away this morning out to the North Jetty. Wind wasn't too bad - but the combination of wind and waves kept us on the outside of the Jetty towards the end. Fished past Shrimp Boat.

There were many boats on the water today ... some closer than others ... but didn't see anyone really tearing the fish up.

We fished the end of an incoming tide and left when the tide slacked up. Water was 77.4 degrees - and very clear early - but grew murkey as the day continued.

This was the first of two Reds on the day. All the rest were Shark.

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