04-06-11 WEDNESDAY: BLUES, SPANISH MACKEREL, POMPANO, REDS AND SNOOK
Winds are blowing out of the East Southeast at 15 mph this morning and the water is choppy.
The Bluefish bite has slowed but they are definitely still out there, you can see them busting through schools of baitfish just out of casting range. Yesterday morning the Pompano were hitting clams and one large Spanish Mackerel was landed on a shrimp. Last night the oversized Reds and catch and release Snook were particularly active, there were some keeper Reds landed as well. In the early evening hours the Reds were active between 5:00 - 6:30 too. They were chasing large schools of silver mullet.
A huge 25 lb Black Drum landed off the north jetty on Friday. What a catch.
Using fresh clams on the outgoing tide, a nice 18" to the fork Pompano, also reported the anglers at the tip of the jetty pulled in 6 - 10 Black Drum, all over 20".
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