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Speckled trout summer sla

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Speckled trout summer sla
Capt. Ron Ph#225-445-1019 Capt. Ron email -
Hello fellow anglers. What a great fishing trip with a really nice group of guys in from Houston Texas for two days of the summer slam on the speckled trout that we have been putting on them as of late and day one today was just another notch on the belt because from the first stop it was solid action although they re were small trout mixed in with the big ones we caught our limit of fat speckled trout at the first two stops on Campos live shrimp rigged 3 feet under a rattling popping cork. Then the guys wanted to try for some rod benders so off to the red fish spot and there were a bunch of reds there but most of them were next year keepers but they did manage to catch 2 keeper red fish and 6 bay snappers to go with 99 specks and so with the heat cranking up to HHHOOOTTTTT we called it a day and took it to the house.
On day two we met the guys at the dock at 5:00 to get an early start to try and beat the sweltering heat and at the first stop with little or no tide movement the fish were there but today there were more throw backs than keepers so off to spot number two out in Breton sound and there the fish were there but tyhe action was slow but we picked up about 25 more trout and the the bite just stopped cold.So off to spot three where the water looked gorgeous but there were only a few keepers there and that was a wrap. so with the heat bearing down we went back to spot number one and the trout were there and we finished out our limits and wrapped up our days there with smiles on their faces and the anticipation of their next trip we took it to the house.
Today's fish count was 74 speckled trout and 1 lone red fish and 2 bay snappers and all of the were caught on live Campos shrimp rigged 3 feet under a popping cork. Also the off shore fishing has been phenomenal as of late and snapper bite has been retarded with so many snapper out there we have to move from rig to rif=g to try and get away from those hungry suckers and find other species that we can keep instead of having to throw the fish back and waste the bait.We also have a new 29 foot catamaran in our fleet that is great in rough seas so if you would like to make an off shore trip drop us a line or shoot us an email an lets go bend the big rods one time.
If you would like to make a trip Capt. Ron give us a call or drop us an email we would love to take you and your friends and family fishing but call early because the available days are going fast.If you would like to take a trip please give me a call or drop me an email and we can arrange the trip of your lifetime. And as our motto says, "RAIN OR SHINE, SLEET OR SNOW, IF YOU COME WE WILL GO!
Thanks Capt Ron

A dock full of fish.