Fishing buddy says you up to a trip for Friday.
Yes, says I but rain forecast for 10:00am, but only 10% chance
Wakeup call at 4:00am, loaded up Ford Transponder
Rain drops all over the transportion, not a good sign
Kept on our trek
Headed to Breton Sound Marina
First encounter with new owner – Pat
Pat said trout bite good right before the front
Drizzle most of the way to BSM
Thought front theory may have been nonsense
However, we launched the boat, got 25 lively shrimp (not so lively)
Headed to our Honey Hole, and Holy Cow.
My buddy makes the first cast, Keeper trout coming in the boat.
Light drizzle off and on, you could tell the front was on the way as the winds got stronger as the morning went on.
Stayed at Honey Hole, and ended the day at 10:30am with our 2 man limit.
Most fish were 12-13 inches.
A few went 14 – 14 1/2
Plenty of throw back trout as well.
What a feeling when you catch a limit. Even better when it was at one stop.
Headed back to the roost as bones starting to feel the cold.
Short run this morning, but felt like someone shooting pellets at me, with rain beating against my face during the run to the spot.
We caught a few of the trout on live bait, but the majority were caught on a Vudu Shrimp, white with chartreuse tail. (2inch – small one)
My buddy fished with a Matrix Shad Lemonhead, but switched over to a Vudu, after I was hollering “Fish On” more than him.