SGI - 1 NOV 2020

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Terrier
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SGI - 1 NOV 2020

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Headed to SGI this morning for a little fishing - forecast winds showed up, but I was able to fish the beach for a few hours with the wind at my back. Not much going on with the bluebird day, but I did manage a 21" trout and a 19" red from the surf, both on a bead chain white clouser. These came around 10:00 Am in about a 20 minute period. Headed over to Rattlesnake Cove/Youth Camp Boat Ramp for a couple of hours and did get a 16" flounder but that was it. Wind was pretty strong but the water was clear. Hope the cooling water kicks things off.
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Nice work on the slam!

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Re: SGI - 1 NOV 2020

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Nice slam Terrier. Been too long since i've ventured down there. Miss it. What the flounder fall for?
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flounder went for a clouser - "Lighthouse Special": olive over chart over white with gold, pearl and copper flash

Funny thing, the flounder picked it up when it was sitting still - I was moving to a spot to recast and just letting it sit.
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