Fishing With Capt Rick and Jeremy (2010)
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By: Capt Rick Reynolds

Capt. Jeremy holding a Bull Red caught, tagged and Released while helping Miss Judy offshore at the KC reef

Capt. Rick had a 4 person 6 hour trip today for Miss Judy Charters. Water temp 64°and the air temp dropped to the low 40's and the wind blew hard out of the Southwest. We fished the last 5 hours of the incoming and the first hour of the outgoing. Yesterday I had a father and son and a friend of the sons.

The other 3 people were on Capt. Ray Crawleys boat. Today I picked up an extra person from Rays boat, the father of the other young man. We had a tuff day starting out but ended the day with 20 keeper Redfish. We caught a few trout, but released them today. I really enjoyed fishing with this group of anglers. They made an outstanding team and helped each other all day on both days.

Capt. Rick had a 3 person 4 hour trip today for Miss Judy Charters. Water temp 65°. Had a good day and kept 4 speckled seatrout 1 whiting and 15 Redfish. Released quite a few reds on the lower end of the slot. This trip started at 11:30 and we fished the outgoing tide. Air temp was low 70's and the wind was blowing hard at about 15 knots out of the southeast.

Capt. Rick had a 2 person 6 hour trip today for Miss Judy Charters. Water temp was in the upper 50's and got as high as 61°. We caught several short trout and a few borderline redfish. Bottom line is we caught a few fish, but most were small. So no pictures of fish, but a decent picture of the sunrise today.

Capt. Jeremy took today to do a little scouting. Water temp was 59° and very clear. Capt Jeremy caught a few redfish and some striped bass. All fish were released. One 27 inch redfish was tagged and released. Not bad for a couple hours of looking.

You can see the tag in this beautiful Redfish! He gently weighed in at 10lbs. Caught on one of our light charter outfits, with a Penn Battle 3000.

Notice that the fish was measured on the ice chest. His snout was to the left of the 0, but more importantly his tail was on the 27 inch mark. However if you moved him back and pinched his tail he would be 28 inches. All fish that are checked by the DNR are now pinching the tail. This is important if you land and bring home a 23 inch red and with pinched tail , it goes over 23 , then you will be fined for having an illegal fish.

Capt. Rick had a 2 person 8 hour trip today for Miss Judy Charters. Water temp was in the upper 50's and got as high as 61°. Didn't have as good a day as Capt. Jeremy but kept enough for a meal and thats what they asked for. Air temp was cold this morning, but warmed up to be comfortable without a jacket. Fished from Wassaw sound to the Savannah river. Did not get any Stripers.

Capt. Jeremy had a 2 person 8 hour trip today with one of Capt. Ricks regulars for Miss Judy Charters. Capt Jeremy reported that the water temp is in the low 60's and the air temp started around the low 40's. Winds were light and that made it better than last week. They kept quite a few fish and released some very nice striped bass up to 25 inches. The redfish on the icechest was caught and released by Capt. Jeremy on 11/11/2010 while he was scouting. The other oversized redfish was Tagged and released. Good work Capt. Jeremy. Tbey kept 9 speckled seatrout, 4 redfish and a nice flounder. Good to have you home Michael!

Capt.Rick had a 4 hr 5 person charter today. Conditions was the same as yesterday, cold and windy out of the west. 1st cast 1 keeper trout, then nothing. Shut down for us completeley.

Capt. Jeremy has a trip scheduled for Friday. Water temp was 62 and the wind blew from the west north west at 20k all day. Caught 3 fish, no pictures.

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