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Red Tide Sanibel?

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If the pelicans are happy, why, that's good news .... I oughta call Norm's Fly Shop, and see what the latest update might be.  They'll put the best face on things, but what the heck? 

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On 12/21/2018 at 10:33 AM, quest450 said:

That would be a nice Christmas present for those hard working fishermen, more gubmint regulation and more hard working ppl out of business, waaay to go :th:

Yeah!  The fish are so abundant, after this season of red tide horrors, that there's no reason to worry about keeping a minimal broodstock of ... anything! 

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Drove by Norm's yesterday to fish Ding Darling and Blind Pass Incoming

Tide at Ding.  Water was clear, very tea color with  bait present at the culverts.  Lots of birders.  Saw nice snook, mullet, sheephead and caught bunch of ladyfish.  Moved to the pass and had a quality bite sight fishing juvi black drum along the jetty. Water was a nice color just churned from the hard wind.

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6 hours ago, beatonem said:

Drove by Norm's yesterday to fish Ding Darling and Blind Pass Incoming

Tide at Ding.  Water was clear, very tea color with  bait present at the culverts.  Lots of birders.  Saw nice snook, mullet, sheephead and caught bunch of ladyfish.  Moved to the pass and had a quality bite sight fishing juvi black drum along the jetty. Water was a nice color just churned from the hard wind.

Jealous of u. Love fishing both those places.

Are the no seeums bad in D.D. this time of year?

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1 hour ago, yosco said:

Jealous of u. Love fishing both those places.

Are the no seeums bad in D.D. this time of year?

Not with the 20+ winds.  I haven't had a problem with them even in the canals.  Mid 40's at night though.

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