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davmoha

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Went out yesterday afternoon around 4 PM out of CRB with my two sons (5,7) and a friend. Picked up some bait around the channel marker and fished there for 40 min. A school of Mackerel came through and hooked up 4 rods on the boat. We were able to bring two of them up, one was 30+ inches. After that action nothing else was going on so we headed into the flats. Drifting around 3-5ft of water we started getting hook ups with almost every cast. We caught and released over 20 trout. We were also able to land a small cobia, another 26 in mackerel, and a huge blue. Several catfish were caught by my sons as well. Before the sun was going down we switched over to DOA deadly combo, and DOA shrimp. Ever cast was being taken. My kids had a great day of fishing and ready to go back. Another great day on the Southshore.

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I took my oldest to the Fishing Liquidators today and he was telling me dad I need to get a spoon and a DOA deadly combo and this and that... He drove his mother crazy the whole drive over. I think he is hooked on fishing
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From the museum of what it's worth....I used to be a big fan of the cheaper spoons.  After having CA Richardson recommend  Aquadream  at our seminar last year I graduated to  Aquadream  spoons.  I've used black, green, white, and gold - all of them catch fish and just as importantly they last forever.  If I had to chose one color I would go with gold - the green works in dirtier water; black I use when it's really bright.  Gold/White - early morning.

You can buy them online for $6 each (yes they cost a bit more, but the hooks and finish last forever), but I buy mine for the same cost at South Shore Angler's sponsor South Shore Bait & Tackle for the same price (no shipping costs - woohoo!!)   These spoons will last MUCH longer than the cheapies - no doubt about it.

Every meeting we have I go there before the meeting to see what's biting and hot and end up buying a spoon or plastics bait - depending one what beast stole the last time out.  

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I will have to check them out for myself. I bought him a cheap one because he needs practice casting and I know it will get lost after 2-3 tries. I also picked up some silly willy jigs and red fish magic. 
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