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Water cooled significantly with the North blow so we dropped lines in 55 FOW heading NW into the waves. Worked out to 120 FOW with nothing going but noticed there was a strong North current so we made the turn to troll back SE with the waves. Hit and lost a king at 105 FOW on a low diver out 90 with a white pearl and green spinnie and pickled sunshine fly. Worked south the rest of the night in 95-105 FOW until 10:00pm and finished up going 2-6, just couldn't keep them buttoned tonight (I blame my roommate for being rusty, went 0-3 so he kicked himself out of the rotation :lol:). Here's what worked:

- Low diver out 90 -White blade, glow pearl crush and green spinnie and pickled sunshine fly --> lost king

- Board with 2oz torpedo down 20ft - blue flounder pounder - lost king

- Rigger down 28 - Happee Meal - lost King

- Board with 2oz torpedo weight down 25 - Stingray Nitro Twister - 5lb king

- Board with 2oz torpedo weight down 25 - Stingray Nitro Twister - 8lb king

- Board with 2oz torpedo weight down 25 - Stingray Nitro Twister - lost something small

Marked A TON of bait especially near sunset in the top 30ft in the 85-105 FOW range.

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Good job Kevin. The cold water always comes in when you have an offshore breeze, We found fish Tuesday in 75 to 85 FOW in ST JOE. Surface temp was 48 and temp at the deep rigger was 42.

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