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LOUISIANA: Bad Weather – Good Trip

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

Windy Rainey Day Yesterday.

Larry, Robbie,Josh,and Blaine and I left the dock at first light and was met with a huge storm . It blew 20to30 for awhile no getting outside after the trout.

Plan B, so we worked around some ponds in the rain close to Black bay for redfish hoping the weather would break and we could get out. We put a few reds in the boat broke off a few and landed and released a huge bull drum. Then it happened the rain stopped wind calmed so we took our shot and ran out.

First stop a couple dirty water second and third catfish number four it happened picked few trout so we anchored down and they slowly started coming in the boat then they turned on trout coming in steady. The weather was making another run on us so we headed in and just made it in time. Cold and wet but smiling with box full of trout on bad weather day.

We fished hard no matter the weather and made the best of it and got lucky.

Capt. Gene Dugas
Rather Be Fishing Adventures
P: 985-640-0569


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5 Inch Offset & 10Ft Pole
10 Inch Offset & 10Ft Pole
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Bow Mounts
3 Inch Rise & 10Ft Pole
6 Inch Rise & 10Ft Pole
Bolt On
Trolling Mount & 10ft Pole
FISH HUNTER PACKAGES
5" Transom Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole
10" Transom Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Poles
5" Transom Mt & 6" Rise Bow Mt (2) 10Ft Poles
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Motor Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole
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FLORIDA: 2012 Redfish & Seatrout at Daytona Beach & New Smyrna Beach

Monday, July 23rd, 2012

July 2012 is winding down here on Mosquito Lagoon and we are having another fun summer of fishing here in East Central Florida.

Lots of Redfish and Seatrout catching during the last several weeks. Our water levels rose very high and have fallen back low again after Tropical Storm Debby sat over the area for almost a week last month, giving us a 5 day rain event, leaving in her wake a cloudy water fishing pattern. Live and cut bait has been the best bet for catching our target species in the low visibility conditions. With the low water again after a few weeks of very little rainfall since Debby, targeting edges off the flats, depression holes, & sloughs has been the primary locations to fish.

Capt. Michael Savedow
Edgewater River Guide
P: 386-689-3781


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Transom Mounts
5 Inch Offset & 10Ft Pole
10 Inch Offset & 10Ft Pole
Bolt On
Motor Mount & 10ft Pole
Bow Mounts
3 Inch Rise & 10Ft Pole
6 Inch Rise & 10Ft Pole
Bolt On
Trolling Mount & 10ft Pole
FISH HUNTER PACKAGES
5" Transom Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole
10" Transom Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Poles
5" Transom Mt & 6" Rise Bow Mt (2) 10Ft Poles
10" Transom Mt & 6" Rise Bow Mt (2) 10Ft Poles
Bolt On
Motor Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole
Motor Mt & 6" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole

Buying A Fishing Boat Trailer

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

A fishing boat trailer is something you really can’t go wrong with, as it is a dual purpose device. It provides a convenient way to store the boat, and also allows you to explore new areas by taking your boat down the road.  Good trailers must perform both duties equally as good.

Most people buying fishing boats are into getting the boat, and not the trailer. They are more than willing to spend money on a boat, supllies and a anchor system, then end up getting a cheap trailer.  If you want the most from boating, these tips will help you with buying a trailer.

The total weight of the boat, gear, and motor should be in the mid range of trailer’s carrying capacity.  You shouldn’t pick a 2,500 capacity trailer if you have a boat with the same weight.

Go for larger diameter tires and wheels. The larger tires will rotate less times per mile, producing less heat and wear on the tread. The wheel bearings will last much longer as well,as they rotate less times per mile.

You should look for trailers with “drive on” capabilities. These drive on trailers will allow you to drive the boat onto the trailer, close enough to the winch so that you only need to winch the boat up a few inches.

Select trailer lights (for the highway) that are protected and sealed against water.

Pick your trailer based on the environment it will be operating in. If you plan to launch in salt water, you’ll need a trailer for that purpose. There are many types of trailers available, each one designed for a specific type of boating.

Although most are protected against weather and rust, you should always pick the one designed for the type of terrain you will be using your boat with.  This way, you have no worries about your trailer not doing the job it should be.

There are some trailers that include a spare tire, which is an excellent investment for those who plan to travel long distances. Even though it can be hard to find trailer tires in the dark, it’s still great to have a spare if you get a flat while you travel.

All in all, a boat trailer can save you a lot of time and money.  You can store your boat on your trailer when it isn’t be used, even take it to other lakes or oceans.  A trailer will open up new roads for you and your boat – all you have to do is find one that you need.

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Bolt On
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Bolt On
Trolling Mount & 10ft Pole
FISH HUNTER PACKAGES
5" Transom Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole
10" Transom Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Poles
5" Transom Mt & 6" Rise Bow Mt (2) 10Ft Poles
10" Transom Mt & 6" Rise Bow Mt (2) 10Ft Poles
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Motor Mt & 3" Rise Bow Mt & (2) 10Ft Pole
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