With the cold fronts coming and going, he wind, sun, and weather seem to change daily. One thing that keeps staying exactly the same is the fishing. Fun, busy, and full of surprises, trophies, and good eating.
We are fishing mostly with shrimp right now, and I have not had to worry about leftovers at the end of any trip. Tripletail, snook, redfish, jewfish, mangrove snapper, black drum, Spanish mackerel, spotted seatrout, Jack Crevalle, sheepshead, and even a big shark have been part of what seems like endless action wherever we are fishing. Check out some of the pics:
This January has been an outstanding month for fishing, despite weather changes that have fluctuated from balmy snooky feeling late spring days, to wintertime cold, windy, heavy jacket days, that make me want to curl up with the cats in front of a sunny window. I am feeling this February coming fast, and with even better fishing, more laughs, more big smiles and tons of fun!
Let’s go git some!
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