Castaway Lodge Seadrift Report
By Capt. Kris Kelley
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Big winds have thrown a protective cloak over mid-bay concentrations of Trout which has had boat fishing slower relative to wade fishing approaches. Capt. James Cunnigham reported full limits of Trout on a two boat trip with Brian S. and guests on Monday as things settled out a bit. After that it was back to big winds and big tides rising as TS Cindy approaches the La. coastaline. Working mud/grass in protected locations had decent catches of Trout and a very few Redfish.
Airboat Redfishing Trips
Capt. Chris Cady reported spotty Redfish action in the back marsh with fish getting tight lipped at times. He's seeing plenty of fish but some days are easier than others to get them to cooperate. Trips with Howard H. and Taj J. produced limits to near limits with Matt G. and guests having to watch fish swim past the boat and over the baits with few takers. Big weather catalysts like Tropical Storms and the likes can shuffle the decks over the flats and certainly change the attitude of the fish. We'll be looking forward to that on trips over the next few days.
Flounder Gigging Report
Nightime continues to be the right time as we are solidly positioned in "gigging prime time". Solid Flounder continue hitting the beaches and shorelines for guests eager to "stick n move".
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Capt. Kris Kelley
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