Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

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Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by gumby » Mon Mar 07, 2016 1:36 pm

SRAces, Weimed and I decided to hit Guana Lake....IT was WINDY, Real WINDY.
We launched at the damn and got as far as our legs to could take us. It was a very tiring day.

SRAces managed 2 reds in the 23" range on shallow diving twitch bait
Weimed caught a trout in the 18+" range on the same.
And I caught a stick. :lol: I got 1 bite and missed it as evidenced from the tooth marks on my Gulf Ripple mullet.

Was a fun day. I very much enjoyed watching those 2 catch fish.
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Re: Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by 67197mlk » Mon Mar 07, 2016 2:45 pm

Good for all you being able to be on the water. I am the same way, if I cant catch anything, I still enjoy watching others catch fish. Like youtube, but better!!

and I watch the piss out of youtube fishing videos!
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Re: Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by JohnYaksJax » Mon Mar 07, 2016 3:40 pm

Glad you got out there, James, and Sunday was pretty windy....maybe a tidal creek at the lower tides might have been a better choice, but who knows.....

Congrats that both Steve and Alex got into some fish...sorry that you did not....bummer!!!
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Re: Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by gumby » Mon Mar 07, 2016 3:56 pm

JohnYaksJax wrote:Glad you got out there, James, and Sunday was pretty windy....maybe a tidal creek at the lower tides might have been a better choice, but who knows.....

Congrats that both Steve and Alex got into some fish...sorry that you did not....bummer!!!
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Re: Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by weimed » Mon Mar 07, 2016 4:43 pm

Hey James, it was good to be out with you guys. Would have been satisfied with a goose egg. That trout bite was the only bite i had all day. The only reason i was able to hook him is because i was holding the rod while trolling. I hooked him by his eye some how. Looks like he hit it but missed and i was able to hook him with the "trouble" hook

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Re: Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by SRAces » Tue Mar 08, 2016 9:00 pm

That strong wind did make it challenging for sure. But it was good to be on the water with good friends.

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Re: Guana Lake....WINDY Day 3-6

Post by weimed » Wed Mar 09, 2016 8:52 pm

Yours was better then mine Steve.
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