Finally, a Catch in January!

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TexasJim
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Finally, a Catch in January!

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Took the yak to the Sailboat Channel on 361 this morning. Lots of real estate showing with the super-low tides. Found some fish activity and tossed some frozen shrimp and boated two lower-slot Reds, and a bunch of shorts. The Red bite faded, and the Black Drum cranked up. Caught three 16-17" drum, plus many shorts. Nice day. TexasJim (If this posts twice, sorry, it's my fault.Adult education is painful.)
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These tides are making a lot of us look to new areas. Congrats on finding some good eats out there!
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Great stringer!
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Now, that’s for real! TexasJim……..cC
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good job Jim.

Yeah, I've seen guide boats stacked fishing the corners where Sailboat channel meets Brown & Root channel.
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TexasJim wrote: Wed Jan 31, 2024 6:28 pm Took the yak to the Sailboat Channel on 361 this morning. Lots of real estate showing with the super-low tides. Found some fish activity and tossed some frozen shrimp and boated two lower-slot Reds, and a bunch of shorts. The Red bite faded, and the Black Drum cranked up. Caught three 16-17" drum, plus many shorts. Nice day. TexasJim (If this posts twice, sorry, it's my fault.Adult education is painful.)
Very nice! You did a number and that’s a great looking picture
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