Spotted Sea Trout

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Ron Burgundy
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Spotted Sea Trout

#1 Post by Ron Burgundy » Sat Mar 24, 2012 5:44 pm

It's not a gator trout but it was a keeper. Spent about an hour drifting in my pontoon boat just west of the Gulf Harbors channels. We caught a ton of little sand perch and a few pin fish. Tried casting with the DOA shrimp lure, but didn't have any luck with it. Ended up catching the trout on the pinfish we cut up.




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We caught about a dozen of these little sand perch. They make good bait or if you have enough a decent meal.

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#2 Post by curtiscapk » Sun Mar 25, 2012 3:39 pm

Brett!!!!!!!!!!!!! :fyou

Nice job! Your fish are getting bigger!

Here is my bro's latest snag!
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#3 Post by Ron Burgundy » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:55 pm

:thumbsup Nice fish, but I can't tell who caught who. :happy I bet landing that fish was a workout!
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#4 Post by Smoky Mountain » Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:28 pm

RB haven't you been out to one of those artificial reefs yet?

Catch a mess of bait fish at your dock put them in your live wll and get out there.

You do need a gps and bottom machine.
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#5 Post by BobG » Tue Jul 17, 2012 9:06 am

curtiscapk wrote:Here is my bro's latest snag!
Your bro looks remarkably like a CPR dummy!!!
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Re: Spotted Sea Trout

#6 Post by curtiscapk » Wed Jul 18, 2012 5:44 am

BobG wrote:
curtiscapk wrote:Here is my bro's latest snag!
Your bro looks remarkably like a CPR dummy!!!
that he does! :rofl :rofl
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