Monday, November 1, 2010


It seems every year that the start of November means the start of cold weather and the end of topwater fishing in the river. I left the dock tonight at 4:30 filled with optimism. The temp overnight had dropped into the 50's, but the winds had died down to 5-10. Hit a number of "spots" on my way to Thomas Point, with no action. When I arrived at the shoal at 5:30 the winds were a tad higher and the temp was a lot colder. Anchored up and began fan casting . The tide was moving out at good clip with a stiff NW wind. I only managed 1 blowup until heading in at dark. There is always tomorrow.

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