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Tuesday, 06 November 2012 05:52

Trout Bite is On!

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This past Sunday was our local kayak club's monthly "Meet and Fish".  Approximately 10 kayak anglers launched at Bushy Park to do a little fishing.  It didn't take too long to realize that the trout bite was at full-speed.

Folks were catching them like crazy.  There were a few reports of trout exceeding 18" being caught.  I hooked two over 14" myself, with a total of five for the day.

Elgeebee's Trout

All techniques seemed to pay off...popping corks with DOA shrimp, popping corks with live bait, plastics on jigs, trolling, etc.

It was a great day, and even though the reds and flounder didn't make an appearance for me, the trout fishing more than made up for it.  I can't wait to get out there again...

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Lewis G. Brownlee

Lewis G. Brownlee (Elgeebee) is a native South Carolinian, and avid outdoorsman.  He is the president of the "Lowcountry Kayak Anglers" club in Charleston, SC.

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# DDOlson 2012-11-06 18:18
Great Report
 

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