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Old 06-06-2011, 04:50 PM
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Default Flat Fly'n and Seagull's excellent adventure

Beaufort, SC
Two boats, four good friends and redfish in November.
All these fish released as they were out of the SC slot.

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Old 06-06-2011, 09:57 PM
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Those are some nice reds. Reds are probably my favorite fish to fish for. Nice pics and congrats on the catches.
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Old 06-07-2011, 01:51 PM
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Great pictures and great fish. Isn't fishing for reds in the winter in the low country great!
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A blast.....come on over to the house in November and we will ride out together and catch some fish. Plenty of room. Bring your special spoon flies! We are renting again a great place just before Harbor Island bridge.

PS Is it true the specs took a big hit last winter with the cold weather? I heard DNR has a voluntary release going on right now with the trout, and that the shrimper season got delayed on harvest as well this spring because of the kill off.
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Yes, the trout did get hit really hard, particularly since this was the second winter in a row with some really cold temps. White shrimp are hard to find...the verdict is out on the brown shrimp but they have delayed the season.
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Thank goodness for little crabs!
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