I do hope Jeff's 13 year old daughter will forgive me for forgetting her name, but I just can't remember it.
Jeff and his family were here April 3rd. We had an east wind at 15 knots or less, and the high was once again to be in the low 80's. I thought it would be a perfect day to find out if the snook had moved to their summer homes on the beaches.
The snook were there, and we had lots of fun. Jeff and kids caught around 30 snook to 28", a redfish, and a spanish mackerel on live shiners.
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