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Thread: Sorry so slow this year with the redfish posts

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    Default Sorry so slow this year with the redfish posts

    I haven't posted in a while, been really busy, but the high tide fishing has been great in Beaufort, SC. I have been catching fish on crab patterns, with a few on shrimpy patterns as well. Last Saturday I fished with my friend Bryan and we caught 3 total. I caught one about 24", and broke one off, he caught one about 24" and landed a monster redfish that was 36".

    One of the biggest redfish I have seen tailing on a high tide flat. I will try and get the picture and get it on here.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnH0802 View Post
    I haven't posted in a while, been really busy
    I completely understand that. I've been too busy to post, or even read this forum much, myself. Looking forwards to some pictures.
    My posts are worthless without pictures

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    Here is the 36 inch beast of a redfish:



    Releasing the Beast!




    My fish on




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    I will try and post some more photos from this year when I finally get them uploaded to photobucket. Check out my wife's big brown in the TN section!

    John

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    Hi John,

    I like that stripping mat on your boat (and your boat). I've never seen a mat like that.

    Nice Redfish too. It's huge!

    Byron

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    Byron,
    I actually made the mat myself, and the boat belongs to my Friend Bryan. It is an Ankona, and a really easy boat to pole, particularly for folks like me who haven't done too much of it.



    John

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