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Date posted February 21, 2012 4:43 PM
Posted by newcaddy4j
Report location New Jersey > Raritan Bay > Hudson FL
Fishing method Boat
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Went out flats fishing while visiting family in Hudson, FL. Went out with Barefoot bandit charters. We were targeting redfish on the flats. Saw a few fish but couldn't get them to cooperate. Ended up fishing for speckled trout. Probably caught a dozen but none over 16"

Its a cool experience fishing from a 23' boat in 2' of water. The guide definitely knew his stuff.

Plus being on the water on a sunny, 75 degree day in Feb is hard to complain

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Joined: 09/10/2005
Posts: 3983
 02/21/2012 08:27 PM  

great report, hopefully you stopped at sams on the way back for some grub and the best sunset in the usa.

Joined: 06/06/2007
Posts: 249
Location: Shark River Inlet
 02/21/2012 10:02 PM  

Yeah we put down a pitcher at Sams since drinking with the inlaws is frowned upon.

Good times down there.

Wellcraft 210 Fisherman

Joined: 09/10/2005
Posts: 3983
 02/22/2012 08:18 PM  


atleast you got to enjoy a pitcher at sams, my brothers best friend eddie owned it till he passed and now his wife and daughter run the joint, best sunset in the usa.

Joined: 05/17/2007
Posts: 2
 02/29/2012 10:21 PM  

I did the same thing last December in Rockport, Tx.....The
guide had a 225 Yam with a jack plate on a 23' flats boat....
We were at WOT in 9 inches of water.....really spooky...especially
since the water was very clear.....but those boats are specially designed for that kind of water depths...everyone who fishes the flats has one...and probably 75 0/0 of the fish holding water is
2 ft or less....

This post edited by CamoRay 10:29 PM 02/29/2012
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