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Part # 2. Sight casting for reds

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At last minute made a decision to go, Honey gave me a kiss and said don?t bring anything back home ????, heading back out I could hear reds smashing bait in the grass , put on a wake bait aiming at a red that just exploded on something , perfect cast bang it was on , water was starting to roll in as I was cruising the shoreline grass , ended up catching 3 nice reds lost 3 to grass , for some reason can?t put all the pictures on this post ? ? ? ???????????
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Wiz,Guess I musta got lucky being able to post the pics from the recent Jesuit Alumni Rodeo!Nice red in dat pic-dropped off SouthFork with marine mechanic I found in happenstance manner and lucky me was able to get professional gear cutter to cut reverse gear,basically saving me about $150 over cost of brand-new gear and dat coupled with new clutch dog should get me back on water pronto!!Local conditions pretty rotten,at least on NShore!!Did cross Lake Sat for Jesuit Rodeo final and Lake water looked superb on SShore,bet the PowerLine Pilings either are loaded with fine 22-25 inch reds right about now or should be soon and so easy to target em!!!Know lotta folks peruse these reports and do not mind giving few tips and it does take some patience at dem Pilings but using electronics might cut down on simply motoring up to a set and tossing somewhat blindly!!Get de biggest kick outta de 'professional' fishermen out there.not talking bout guides as I respect them 100% but de 'jockeys' dat know so much they never seem to take any hints from de rest of de 'less-than-professionals'!!!Got only maybe one or two fishermen videoing their numerous trips dat I respect and think dey know who dey are!!!

Mandevillian
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