Tuesday, 7-21-09 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

July 23, 2009
Capt. Eric

Jose 2 keepersI picked Jose up at the Sebastian Inlet State Park. The tide is incoming til 9:45 a.m. The winds are calm and the sun was at full force. We found the greenies inside the inlet back on the south shore line. I threw the cast net twice. On the first throw there were only a couple in the net. On the second cast I could barely pull the net over the gunnel. We filled the live well to the max. We also went and caught a few croakers.

We ran the beaches south for awhile and never saw the first sign of activity. We headed out to the bait buoy. We caught a few Barracudas slow trolling the greenies. We also came across a few Cobia swimming around. We doubled up on the first shot at them. I had a keeper and Jose’s was just short. We landed both and kept fishing and eventually had a couple of more come up to the boat. Jose was on fire, his next two fish were nice keeper’s. Jose was hooking the right keeper’s and I was catching the shorts in order to keep them away from his bait. Yea that’s it. No seriously, it was a lot of action and excitement and Jose did a great job of getting in there and catching his fish. We stayed and fished for a while. Things shut down. When we were ready to head back in, a nice size Cobia swam up to the boat and Jose all ready had a bait in position. He hooked it up and landed the last fish of the day it was the biggest 21lbs. Another great day, Thanks again Jose.


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