March is the windiest month in Florida, as a rule. But, by the end of April if felt like we were at the 61st day of March. Yes, it just kept on blowing, as front after front came through. Jim Heston and I caught a great day in April with light and variable breezes and a high of 84, and that was all we needed to put some great fish in the boat. There was no one even close to competing with Jim for Angler of the Month for April of this year!
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