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Summer on the Forgotten Coast

Posted by: Capt. Mark on 06/02/2011

Well Summer is Finally here. May warmed things up with the first Tournament of the Season. With over 100 anglers entered there was a lot of anxiety on the final day of the event. As of late Friday afternoon I was leading in the Trout Division with a 6.79lb fish that held up till the next day. But I was eventually edged out by 7.4lb trout during the final weigh in. Still good for a $500 purse. Next is the upcoming Bluewater Charity Classic benefitting the Wounded Warrior Program. With over $20000 in prizes this is fast becomong a must fish event.
Now to whats going on along the coast fishing wise. Trout fishing is some of the best I have ever seen here. Everyday guide boats are bring their clients back to the dock with a strong limit of fish. Most days the have at one fish that could be classied as a “GATOR”. Redfish are also plentiful with nice catches along the flats sight fishing.
If you have never visited out area I would strongly suggest you plan a trip as soon as possible. All the local Guides are getting booked for the season so dont miss your chance.
There are report of some Tarpon in the area, we are still a few weeks out from the traditional start of our season.

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