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Wednesday, 19 May 2010 02:00

The Tale of the Big Ugly's part 2

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Day 2  “Un-Announced Breakfast Guest’s”

Day 2 dawned and since we were dealing with a low tide, (low tides up here equal not enough water for a kayak) we decided to have some breakfast before heading out. Our buddy Tom had arrived the following night, so we were just getting ready to grub out when our guest’s showed up. Now we had been warned about them before hand, but these guests almost ended up as part of the meal.


 Un Announced Breakfast Guests

After breakfast we arrived at the launch to find someone has stolen all the water. No worries. Hoping Windfinder.com would be right about the winds dying down later, we shoved off.

Tom and Dave shoving offThe winds were up

Finding some relief from the leeside of an island, Dave took the opportunity to break out the fly rod. His goal of taking a redfish on fly was not achieved this trip, but it wasn’t for a lack of trying.

Dave FlyfishingDave Flyfishing

Once the tide had come up, we went back to an area we hit the day before and the reds were there.

Heading back outFish on

Redfish hooked upBill with a nice Red

Dave with a beautiful multi-spot redfish.

Dave with a beautiful multi-spot redfish

All three of us had really good luck with 1/4oz Johnson Silver spoons.  Not too much later our ole friends who we had to come to refer to as the “Big Uglies” showed back up.

Tom CoffeeTailer

Another TailAnother Big Ugly

Dave set up on one and waited for the perfect opportunity.

Dave setting up Daves patience pays off

Dave with a nice Black Drum

Another great day came to an end.

Another nice sunset
This area is calm country; they farm them just off shore, so we just had to have some for dinner.

Clam dinner

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