Fishing With Capt Rick (2021)
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By: Capt Rick Reynolds
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I had a 5 hour Trip today with Tammi and her 14 year old son Cole. We were scheduled to fish on 3.20.2021, but due to the predicted winds tomorrow, today was the better day. We had a 5 hour window starting at 11 am where the winds were blowing hard at 15 Knots with some stronger gusts, from the North Northwest. Air temps were in the upper 50's to about 68 degress. Water temp was 62 most places we fished. Tomorrows winds were going to be much stronger so today was a better choice.

Water clarity was muddy at most places but stained in others. We started in the Salt Ponds in Wassaw Sound, but we found another place out there that was protected better. We ping ponged our way almost to the Savannah River before we started getting bites. We did not have live shrimp, but we did have some nice Mudminnows.

Cole was a very well behaved young man and was patient. We finally got a few bites and Cole was able to land 2 keeper Speckled Seatrout and his Mom lost a good one at the boat. We did the best we could with the weather conditions that were not very good. I enjoyed fishing with them both and hope they visit again in late summer and or fall.

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