04-13-11 WEDNESDAY: POMPANO, REDS, BLUES, BLUERUNNERS AND CATFISH
The wind has picked up, it's blowing out of the East at 18 mph and there is a moderate chop on the water.
Fishing has been on the slow side but sporadic catches of some real nice fish come along and keep anglers encouraged enough to sit out on the jetties or beaches and wait for "the one". You could think of worse ways to spend a day, the weather has been absolutely beautiful so get out and try your luck!
North jetty reported Bluerunners taking shrimp and clam baits and a few Catfish before daylight. The first Pompano was landed around 8:30 a.m. A total of six Pomps between 14" - 18" came over the rails during on the jetty, using clams and dead shrimp. One 22" Black Drum was caught A few oversized Reds were caught and released from the north catwalk. Word has it that there have been a few Mangrove Snapper starting to make an appearances.
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