Picked up right where June left off. Easy action. A first: Two pompano caught at one time. Pat Rice gets one on the jig and one on the teaser. I’ve never seen that one before.
Didn’t get to 30 the last two days but it was in the area of 20 pompano both days, when the tides weren’t particularly fabulous.
Yesterday, awesome pompano action at sunrise. Finished up went to throw topwater. Bob gets a good trout. Next cast, sploosh. Biggest pompano of the year eats a topwater lure. It was in the 20 inch range.
Actually some time off now before the next time out. It is so stinking hot, I’ll sit inside for a couple of days
A slower start yesterday. Finished with about 25 pompano but it was a LATE morning bite. Only seen it a couple of times before: Thousands of them skipping. The future of pompano looks bright.
Yesterday: 32 pompano.
The day before: 27 pompano.
They are getting bigger every day
Thank God for Pompano.
Four days off the water. Back out yesterday. Caught 20 pompano in about 45 minutes. In and out. They are decent size. They started out the year smaller. They’re not as big as last year but there are a lot of them out there.
Common for July, it was all pompano fishing again today. Good day. Not huge like the trips last week but we got close to 20 in about two hours. Beat the heat, I was back at home by 11AM.
A cobia. A remora. About ten catfish. No grunts the past few times. We had been catching a dozen or more grass grunts every time but they disappeared. Big jacks feeding in the distance. Big sharks swam right through us.
34 pompano yesterday. The guy today, switched his day from yesterday to today. It was looking like he got cheated until it finally happened late morning. Didn’t rack up a huge total but the fish were large. One pompano came in at 20 inches. Two others were solid 18’s
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