AUGUST 2020 Fishing Report

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Was out in the RB yesterday and it has changed alot after the tropical storm. Water cooled a bit and was at 80 at the end of the outgoing. Was was really cool was the small bait present. Jumping out the water all over with snappers on them. Sea turtles and rays still making there presence. The amount of bait that should pour out this fall should be pretty good. Same fair of catch as last week with the exception of weakfish. Did get a small black sea bass which was cool but the bite was turned way down. Time to put the Kayak away for a while and walk the sand. Need to study the water because fall won't be long.

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Moco Outfront 5P-9P: A NE light wind on a dropping high tide with knee high swell and moderate right to left sweep. I was on the fly and walked a two mile stretch, using 200 grain sink tip and kept an assortment of candies, deceives, clousers, and mole crabs in the zone. One short flat one, while a fishing bud along with me bounced a bucktail and teaser. He had one short fluke  also. Only swim bait observed was a large bunker  snagged with a fly.

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