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Got free from the rod shop for an evening trip on the Bay. Picked up good friend Ray and we were at the dock by 4:30 pm. Soon after launching, Rays phone rang and we had to be back by 7:00! With only two hours to fish and steady 2-3 footers from the NE, I decided to run 7 miles straight up the slot and let the wind push us back down. After a very bumpy run, we turned and let the wind push us at .8 -1.7 . We dropped crawlers with 3/4 oz rubber cores. After a half hour of nothing, I decided to change up to 1/2 oz rubber cores and put them 8 feet in front of the rigs. Didn't even get the second one changed out and the first one went. We ended up 4 for 4 on very nice size fish, nothing needed measuring. A bonus 11" perch was also a nice ending to the short, very short trip. Just getting out made it worth it.

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Not easy getting photos with the boat pitching and rolling, both the camera man and mug shot are lucky not to have gone swimming:lol:.

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Thinking about heading that direction tomorrow. Winds are supposed to be light and varaible, should be ok in the little boat for a couple of hours before work.

Tom

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