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Post Matthew report

Postby bhorsley » Mon Oct 10, 2016 9:44 pm

well we breezed through Mathew --not much to it here on Harkers. There was dock damage at HIFC but not as bad as it could of been and as in years past. We plan on scouting on Thursday --more to follow
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Re: Post Matthew report

Postby cggoldens » Tue Oct 11, 2016 6:22 pm

Good to hear, we'll be arriving on the 21st. Looking forward to your reports.

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Re: Post Matthew report

Postby driver » Tue Oct 11, 2016 10:13 pm

First Off thanks for the reports. Been keeping me informed for several years.

From your experience what is all this freshwater coming in from the flooding going to do to the fishing? I suspect its going to push all the bait out at once. And then what?

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Re: Post Matthew report

Postby bhorsley » Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:17 am

i predict we will NO anchovies this year --so no bait balls--just like last year--hope i am wrong. Last year we have over 30 inches of rain in three weeks. There should be spearing a they come down the beach all season --better caster win with spearing as they do not ball up. Last year was a great season for big fish and it ran until mid December.

It might take thinking out of the box this year.

But seriously who the f**k knows --will know more tomorrow
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