Toothy critters only a mother could love

Discussion in 'East Coast - Saltwater In-Shore Boat Reports' started by Sinker, July 29, 2011.

  1. Sinker

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    Speckled Sea Trout everywhere. My Dad and I slayed them again tonight.

    Gotta get to bed so I can wake up, clean the boat, go to Twisters and get his boat ready for our trip Saturday - BIG Tarpon, King Fish, Snook, Cobia and Boneheads on the beach - Can't wait...

    See Carnivore our Trout do have dental problems just like you said LOL

    Adding a few more pics now that I slept and the boat is washed.


    FIGHT THAT SHARK

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    DOUBLE - NOTHING BETTER

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    ANOTHER ONE

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    PUT IT WITH THE OTHERS AND LETS GET SOME MORE

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    SLOW DRIFT FOR SHARKS AFTER LIMITS ON SPECKLED SEA TROUT

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    EVEN OUR SPECKLED SEA TROUT BITE BACK

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    Off to TWISTERS house to prep his boat for our Saturday Run - sure hope we can get into the 100 lb + Tarpon that are on the beach then add some Cobia and King Fish to the catch list, maybe even a Snook and hope, hope, hope to bring home some Bonita for Shark Bait and to make chum.

    Tight Lines ...
     
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    Glad dad got his fill once again. Lets get the battle wagon ready so we can do some reel damage to some rods tomorrow. Hang in there folks its coming at ya. tick tock.
     
  3. Carnivore

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    Ya that guy is missing a tooth though. Must have been in a fight fight Mike Tyson. How good eating are they? Congrats to you and dad for getting out.
     
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    nice looking punk azzes! congrats sinker, i love reading e. coast stuff and seeing pics of stuff i sure haven't sunk into.
     
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    Toothy is right! they look tasty too!!
     
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    The water is so warm right now that they feel mushy and heard they have some worms, although not supposed to be harmful even if eaten raw I just don't like seeing the worms. Think I will stick with the Winter time Trout to eat but sure will continue to go out and practice catching these guys - a lot of fun and although probably one of the smallest species I target it is the one I actually enjoy the most.
     

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