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#1 Sep-26-10 5:12PM

captmikestarrett
Patagonian Toothfish
From: Potomac River
Registered: May-06-08
Posts: 1752
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Three trips in a weekend

Fished in the fresh and salt twice. Saturday we headed up the fresh and got way back to find only three LGMouth and maybe 8 cypress trout. Once the swamp flooded a foot higher than normal it was over.
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That evening after a good meal we headed out on the salt to find
breaking schools of peanut bunker and scored many blues / convict bass/ speckled trout and grey trout.. At o-dark thirty it was over. The boat was littered with bit off curly tail grubs.. I counted at least 30. Great evening.. no pics as I want to keep this spot to my self.  :-X

Next morning we head out from my dock to attempt the bay for shark. No dice as winds have kicked up so we hid behind islands and chased birds.
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Managed and dozen or so blues.. We stopped at the new Gwynn Island Oyster Seed Co for a lengthy tour and really enjoyed it..

Caught a few more blues and called it a weekend.

Capt Mike


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