Sat 7/13- WW Reef and inshore fluke report
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    Default Sat 7/13- WW Reef and inshore fluke report

    Left the dock at 530 this am to beat the Duke of Fluke Traffic and made our way to WW reef. Had to work hard to find them today and was able to catch 5 keepers to 22in and roughly 20 Tbs between 3 of us. Fished away from the fleet on both the far north and far south ends of the the reef.

    Drift was funky today and we found it hard to hold a straight line when we drifted.

    Lots of blues tearing up our gear today which sucks because we are very happy with the how many less snags we get on WW reef than we do on Cape May or the deeper reefs.

    Bucktails and and top teaser with gulp was bait of choice today.

    Water temp 76
    Depths 40-55
    Bait- gulp grubs (various colors) and blue strips
    Time fished- 630 - 12

    Sorry for crap pick. Phone died mid day and only had 1 pick of the box
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    Way to get it done

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