Bob, Sands, and John
Bob, Sands and John like to fish the Inlet at night. This was there first trip out aboard the Attitude Adjustment. We met up at the Inlet at 3:30 p.m. We set off to catch our bait for the night. The bait was thick, all pins. After an hour we had plenty of bait and decided to go check out the flats before dark. The tide was low and there was not much happening. John had one hit on a top water plug. With it getting dark it was time to go to the Inlet.
The tide was incoming when we pulled up. With the conditions pretty calm we were able to fish the mouth. It took a few drifts and Sands was first to hook up and he landed his first Redfish of the night. Sands caught the next Redfish as well, this one was a biggie. Bob also had caught and released a small Snook while I was netting Sands fish. John was next to put a fatty Red on the boat.After a few break-offs, He finally landed a nice Red on light tackle. All and all it was a good night. A lot of Redfish out in the mouth and some small Snook in by the fenders. Everyone had a fair share of action.
Thanks Bob, Sands, and John for a great evening of fishing. It was a pleasure. Thanks again until next time.