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Old 06-17-2017, 08:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Man, it felt good to be fishing again. I've only fished 2x in the past 2 months due to work and weather, but me and 2 buddies put together a nice plan for this weekend; although, it didn't go as planned, we still managed a nice mess of trout this AM. My buddy has a nice little Bertram Cabin boat, and I got my bay boat. Our plan was to head out early Friday eve, trout fish till dark, cook some dinner, go flounder for awhile, then wake up and trout fish again this AM. Welllll, we got a later start than we wanted, and didn't get setup until dark, so we fired up the grill and cooked some steaks, and almost as soon as we were finishing up dinner we felt the wind pick up and temp drop about 20 degrees, and knew we needed to start battening down the hatches asap.. Well, within probably a minute it got BAD quick, and didn't stop until about 1. So, needless to say we didn't get any floundering in....Fast forward to this morning, alarm went off, and we headed out. We hopped out the boat, and got on the trout with top water fairly quick, but ended up being one of those mornings where we had to work for em by catching one here, 2 there, one more, and we never did find em "stacked up"; however, we did manage to put together a nice box. We ended up calling it quits about 10:30-11, but never really got any hits or fish after about 9. All fish were caught in about 3-5' of water on either top water, mirrodine, or green hornet... I was able to take a few pics of our trip, and posted them below.

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Old 06-17-2017, 08:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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That's a stringer full! Looks like a fun trip
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Old 06-17-2017, 09:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Seen this when you posted it on FB and those look like some really nice trout. If you were at Cat I know you got some wind because it blew through us where I live like a freight train.
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Old 06-17-2017, 09:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Seen this when you posted it on FB and those look like some really nice trout. If you were at Cat I know you got some wind because it blew through us where I live like a freight train.
it's like a dang parade out there no matter where you go..... We were actually "tucked" away, and was still in 2'ers..... BUT, had a buddy who told me today, he was at Chandy and was scared for his life
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Really nice fish. These pop-up storms can be deadly. I've never seen a spring with weather patterns like this.
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Nice fish! The weather has make it difficult this spring.
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