(The Oberg Brothers)
Myron, Mike, Ron, and Cliff all are brothers. They met me at the Inlet at 4 p.m. The weather was a little chilly. The sun was out, but it was just a little windy. We had no problems catching bait, plenty of pigfish and pinfish. The tide was incoming until 7:30 p.m. After catching our bait we made it to the inlet just at dark. With the incoming tide I was able to get the boat out to the mouth and fish for the Reds. I think Mike caught the first Red, for that matter he caught the first, biggest, most, and the keeper. The Reds were biting pretty good at the end of the incoming tide. As the tide slacked and the tide started to switch the bite slowed down.
The moon is pretty full. The tide was almost moving to fast to fish once it reached it’s peak. Cliff did catch one small Snook on live bait. After fishing it hard and getting no results these guys were about to give up on me. I suggested we try some plugs. It was a little tough to get the plugs in the right spot, but when we did it paid off. Mike put a keeper on the boat first try. Cliff caught the next Snook and it was just a bit big 34″. Ron had the cold hand, he couldn’t get a hit. I think Mike and Cliff each caught one more fatty Snook before Ron got his fatty Snook. It was a great trip. Thanks Guys for fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Hope you enjoy that Snook dinner.