Fished an hour before and about 2 hours after low today. I knew the wind would not would not be too bad as long as the water levels kept me below the grass. I normally don’t like to be so exact with where I fish but today was a blast and Shem creek is no secert as it is. I never went more than 150 yards north of the landing and the Coleman bridge and had a blast. I managed 10-11 reds and 3 flounder( 15-18" lost 2). I kept one flounder b/c it was gill hooked. Anyone know if it is ok to eat after the spill? By the way, all were caught on artifical and the seat was still the best part of my day. The old hobie seat is crap. (rant) The plastic plugs on the bottom are too short and never stay in and they are great feeling after they slide out. There is no back support and not much lower either. Without raving too much let’s just say the harmony is the Caddilac of seats.[:0] It was the most comfortable I have ever been.
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Hobie Adventure Kayak
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