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davmoha

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With the wind gusting and not much going on in our sheepshead/snapper spot we decided to do some exploring of the kitchen area. I wanted to show my buddy how to get in there but the tide wasn't fully in so we knew ahead of time we weren't going to be able to get too far in there unless we wanted to get out of the boat. We explored the cut in front island and tested out the new Wang pin. In the 10 minutes were there we saw a little activity and had a small flounder. When I was in there last saturday I had pulled a few trout and saw some reds. Since this was just an exploration trip we had to leave fairly quickly in order to get back to the house in time. It was a good day out on the water for a short exploration trip. I plan on coming back and fishing the other hole in there Jim was telling me about.


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I have been wanting to get the ShadowCast in there on a low tide to do some looking around. May need to check it out one day.
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Great area for decent size trout. With this weather they may be in a little deeper water.
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It's a great place to fill up on lady fish for those that use them for redfish!
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We had a ratio of 5 lady fish to 1 trout last week.

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It was good seeing you Tuesday night David. Let me know how you do.
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I would avoid the area in the early morning and early evening hours.  Avoid areas where you see lots of ducks in the water (i.e. decoys).  Frankly it may be worth waiting until duck season is over.

For more details talk to Tiger.

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Yeah I was out with George Layton at Simmons last weekend and heard them blasting away.


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Tiger enjoys the smell of gun powder & feathers in the morning!  snook crazy  (proud father)

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When Tiger hunts it sounds like "The Guns of Navarrone!!!!!" The old guys will understand....don't we??!!!???
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   Telling your age physhical or you like the AMC channel. I think that was one of Harrison Ford's 1st movies?     snook crazy
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Now...now, let's be nice to us old farts!!! When I first saw it as a kid I thought it was a great movie!
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I don't think i was born yet.
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I'm thinking of checking this area out on Thursday with a friend of mine.  I tried to check it out around Christmas time but a storm came through and forced me back to the dock.  I have a skiff, so I can get pretty shallow.  I was thinking of maybe trying to look at the Bullfrog Creek area and the Kitchen area (which, from what I understand, is the area around Whiskey Key).  I only have a couple of hours to fish, but do you guys think it is worth it to try to get up into the Bullfrog Creek area (I've heard it is really shallow, even for Skiffs) or should I just stay in the Kitchen?  I've also thought about just sticking to the Cockroach area since I know that spot better, but I thought trying something new would be fun. 
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If the tide is in you may be able to go in but really there is no need. There are a lot of good spots in the kitchen. Try the two holes on the back side of whiskey stump. If the tide is out you can wade or fish the it in front of the island.

Good luck,
David M.
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