Post by ragtop409 on Sept 10, 2018 18:56:46 GMT -5
Made it out yesterday for what might have been the NICEST day I have experience. The weather APP’s had the wind predictions at 5 knots and seas at less then a foot. Even NOAA’s report looked nice. Got in my buddy’s Parker at 5:45 am and headed west. Water was flat and calm as we watched lightning way off in the clouds. Cruised to 125’ of water it was so calm that 1/2 the spots we fished we did not need the anchor. The bite was good as we limited out on some nice Red Grouper. We released a nice 14” Scamp, 2 large Triggers, a couple small ARS, a couple small Vermilion, a couple small Yellow Fin and some grunts. We saw a couple small Tuna/Bonita breaking on the surface along with a bunch of Flying Fish and something that resembled a Cuda fallow one of our Grouper to the boat. The 10-20 mile area had a lot of nasty green and yellow algae on the surface but we only saw 4 dead fish. At noon we called it quits and I was back home by 2:00 as The Gulf was still like glass. Rag’s
Last Edit: Sept 10, 2018 19:18:32 GMT -5 by ragtop409
Post by ragtop409 on Sept 15, 2018 21:50:41 GMT -5
So we had several of the neighbors over to night for a get together. We had 7.5 pounds of Grouper Nuggets in the deep fryer. Man it was good. I do wish I did not have to resize all my iPhone photos though. Rag’s
Buddy in st Pete says the fish kill is just horrible
The town smells so bad
I hope we don’t lose our fisheries from it. The amount of dead fish being seen....
My MIL has a condo on St. Pete Beach. She said the smell and dead fish has got bad the last 2 days. They are racking and bull dozing the beach, but it is hard to keep up. The water at the shore is a nasty brown/yellow color. Rag’s
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