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    Here's one I got from the day before opening day. I got about 8 total, 3 of those were schoolies in the 20-24" range. The others were big healthy fish.
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    Went on my cousin's boat and got two keepers 38 and 41. One at 730 and the other at 130. Too rough for the yak. We had 5 and 6 foot swells south of Plum Point.


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    We hit lapidum today, only 2 small fish. Very slow, flats were slow today as well..
    anybody go else go out today?
    I figure they are all way up river spawning


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobie Matt View Post
    We hit lapidum today, only 2 small fish. Very slow, flats were slow today as well..
    anybody go else go out today?
    I figure they are all way up river spawning


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    Not what I wanted to hear, but I'm going to give the flats a go tomorrow anyways.

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    Yak67 and I hit the lower slower yesterday morning- stiff north wind, white caps made for a bumpy,wet few hours...caught a few each- avoided the skunk, but they were eating the little red worms (pile or clam worm) that seem to happen every year when the water hits 60 degrees...
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    Quote Originally Posted by reel-em-in View Post
    Not what I wanted to hear, but I'm going to give the flats a go tomorrow anyways.

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    How did your do out there Wednesday?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobie Matt View Post
    How did your do out there Wednesday?


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    Paddled about 8.5 miles with one hit. It got off after about 10 seconds though. Didn't see any other kayaks. Saw a few boats but didn't notice anyone catching.
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    The "May worms" are here...every year we cry about the bite shutting off...the worm spawn is on-
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