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still to cold

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I fished three days this week in the back bay spots and still havent hooked up. I saw a couple bass on my fish finder each time hanging two feet off the bottom but they arent goin for it yet. Usualy theese spots show a dozen or so fish in the morning. Looks like later in the month for the Brig fling.

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yo b,

 

do you wear your wet suit out there or do you have some better paddle wear? i've been pretty much a summer paddler, but i would like to get out there for the spring run. my wet suit is pretty uncomfortable so i was wondering what you do out there.

 

thanks

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Ill have to confess I was in my 17 whaler since I wanted to try as many spots as possible to find the fish for everybody. In cold weather on calm water however I usually wear a pair of sweatpants and knee high rubber boots so that I can get in and out of the yak without getting my feet wet. I like to beach my yak on mudbanks and fish off the banks before moving on to try other spots. I have a cobra. They are a dry paddling yak. I also have been paddling enough years that I dont splash myself , nor is there any risk that I might flip and get soaked.

The ocean is a whole nother story. Because of waves you must always be prepared to go swimming and a wetsuit or the wader/ drytop combo that Jon uses would be needed. Wetsuit thickness and warmth vary due to materials and seam construction. There is alot more info about this on my website. www.rbbsurf.com

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