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Took a ride North in search of bass on bunker out front only to find blues on bay anchovies :( Of course there was a good bite the day before :rolleyes: It's amazing what a little shift in wind direction can do :mad:

Ater a two day skunking (my other skunk report is in the Delaware Bay forum), I'm going to take a few days off with hopes that things will improve for me after this weather moves through


Down but not out!
 

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Not exactly the type of report I was looking for.
Probably not what you wanted to report either. :cool:
 

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Wanderer- there is still hope. Ron meant North North- not DB North. They are out there.

Ron- sometimes you get the bear....sorry bro brother.
 

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You'll get'em next time!
Thanks for the report Ron.
 

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Ron,
Just remember low pressure slow fishing. High pressure, good fishing. You hit some nice days and high pressure the fishing should be good.
 

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Originally posted by Shenanigans II:
Dude had the same problem that day LOL
Ya know...the name of your vessel rings a bell. My guess is were were running around in the same circles much the say on Wednesday. From what I'm hearing now we should have ran South :(

Don't ya hate that!

Something tells me I'll be seing ya soon ;)

[ 06-03-2005, 07:21 AM: Message edited by: Ron Redington ]
 

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Originally posted by CYCLOPS30:
You'll get'em next time!
Thanks for the report Ron.
Anytime Pat!

Monday and Tuesady were two days which we made all the wrong decisions. Tuesday we went to the bay and should have gone to the ocean. Wednesday we went North and should have gone South. I guess that's what keeps us fishing. Could you imagine how booring it would be if ya bailed'em on every trip ;)

I know! That's the kinda booring you wouldn't mind.

PS. please tell Dawn I'm sorry for not saying hello to her the other night. Leigh Ann and I had to make tracks asap to relieve our neighbor from watching the kids


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Originally posted by Captblock:
Ron,
Just remember low pressure slow fishing. High pressure, good fishing. You hit some nice days and high pressure the fishing should be good.
I'll remember that Block
 

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Originally posted by Ron Redington:
Tuesday we went to the bay and should have gone to the ocean. Wednesday we went North and should have gone South.


Story of my life :D

Brian

[ 06-03-2005, 12:35 AM: Message edited by: 445 supermag ]
 

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Originally posted by Captblock:
Ron,
Just remember low pressure slow fishing. High pressure, good fishing. You hit some nice days and high pressure the fishing should be good.
Pretty sure it was high pressure on the days he was fishing.
 

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well BOSS bro. good try as always,Now after your break,Get out and get some drumfish ,they should catch fire 2 days before thruogh 2 days after this new moon Phase !!!!!
 

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Same here Ron...same deal. Oh well. We'll get um.
 

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Originally posted by TWIN D'S:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Captblock:
Ron,
Just remember low pressure slow fishing. High pressure, good fishing. You hit some nice days and high pressure the fishing should be good.
Pretty sure it was high pressure on the days he was fishing. </font>[/QUOTE]There is one exception, when a front passes through and high pressure moves back in, fish may not feed for 24 hours. When your ears start popping when you are up in airplane, do you feel like eating? :D

[ 06-03-2005, 08:41 AM: Message edited by: Captblock ]
 
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