After 2 weeks of bad weather, rain and wind, a fisherman can't stay on the dock and watch another day go by! Despite the wind and water conditions, we struck out this morning on a mission to find some high tide Trout.
+Joshua Cook and I were greeted with mud colored water with a cedar colored stain on top. Terrible conditions for Inshore Fishing, but we pressed on anyhow.
Near high tide, we finally found a "patch" of cleaner water near some grass. There was quite a bit of baitfish in the area and it felt right, so we fished it.. And turns out, never had to leave that spot.
We caught several nice female Speckled Trout from 18-22 inches, weighing from about 2 pounds to a little over 3 pounds. These un-perfect fishing days help fishermen become better at stalking a specific species in a wider variety of weather and water conditions. Can't wait to do it again!