NOVEMBER 2nd

This aint much of a fishing report due to the fact that I haven’t been on the water in over a week. Early last week we had the highest lunar tides that I have ever seen. Tides were well over 10ft, with almost 11 feet of range. It was amazing to behold the water in area’s that have never seen water encroach into before.  Beautiful to observe, tough to be finding a bite though. Was out of town during the rest of the week celebrating my Grandmothers life of 98 years.  And she “lived a life” that entire time. The weather has been kind of dicey since this weekend and it looks to be better by Thursday.  Will most likely be targeting Bull Reds, but may also start doing some ultra-light casting for smaller Reds and some Trout in the backwaters.  I’ve heard a mixed bag of reports, but usually by early November, the creeks begin to light up with lots of slot Reds ,Trout, and some miscellaneous species,Black Drum,Sheepshead,etc.  Jeff Gordon won the Martinsville race this past Sunday and  clinched a spot in the final race at homestead later this month for the championship.  I’ve been his biggest fan for his entire career, and I’m hoping for a storybook ending.  That, and for the weather and fish to cooperate over the coming weeks.  Time will tell.  Have a blessed week!

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