04-20-11 WEDNESDAY: REDS, SNOOK, BLUERUNNERS AND SHEEPSHEAD
This morning winds are blowing out of the West at 6 mph and the water is calm. There is a small swell at first peak for the surfers this morning. We may see a few clouds today but there is very little chance of rain. It looks like it will be another nice day.
Yesterday morning was good for catch and release Snook and oversized Reds. All were caught while free lining live shrimp. Pompano came over the rails at the tide change and a few Bluerunners were landed. Other than that, it was pretty quiet. A few Sheepshead were landed in the afternoon hours.
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