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Fishing report - Jan 2010

 I got the chance to fish Louisana Marsh and the 2 and 3rd of Jan. I met Ryan Hawks at Woodlawn Plantation on the 2nd to go out with guide Alec Griffen.marsh_2010_002__Large_.jpg


Last Updated (Thursday, 07 January 2010 19:55)

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Fishing report December 2009

 -  This December was my best success fishing from my Hobie yet.  On two occassions I managed to land multiple fish and fed a few more.

Last Updated (Thursday, 07 January 2010 19:59)

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Midnight Snook

Bill, Gary, Ryan and I just returned from Stuart Fl. Snook fishing trip.  We drove most of the day Friday got our motel room and got ready to do some nite ops for snook.  Gary and I had our Kayaks, Bill and Ryan fished out of Bills tricked out canoe. Snook_nite_fishing_Stuart_Fl_005__Large_.jpg Ryan headed up this group and had us well informed and pumped to catch some snook along the lighted docks in Stuart.  We used 7,8,9 and 10wt flyrods rigged with floating, floating with a ghost tip, clear intermediate  and clear floating lines.  Flies that worked were Perrys Killer, Scampi bonfish fly, Polar Fiber minnow, and Darby's glass minnow. 

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Westbay Redfish

shrimpfarm_006.jpgNovember is the time redfish begin to school up and bigger fish return to the grass flats in Westbay, thats been my observation the last 2 falls. I started the month seeing fish that were quite a bit bigger than the reds I observed in the summer. It is so exciting to see fish 30 inches and longer.


Last Updated (Sunday, 06 December 2009 10:52)

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Oyster Reef Project

Oyster Reef Project at Hogtown Bayou in Walton County
PB200017.JPGOn November 19th and 20th the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance conducted a project to build an oyster shell reef in Hogtown Bayou.  The primary purpose of the project was to protect an eroding shoreline from wave action.  The project was funded by NOAA and headed up by Allison McDowell of the CBA.
Oyster shells were placed in nylon meshed bags that weighed between 25 and 40 pounds and trucked in to Cessna Landing on Hogtown Bayou.  They were loaded on boats and hauled to the reef site.  Volunteers placed the bags 4 abreast for the bottom layer and then build the reef up the the water surface.  The reef ended up about 50 feet in length when complete. 

Last Updated (Saturday, 21 November 2009 13:56)

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