Monthly Archives: October 2020

Grandad

Grandad passed away yesterday. Charlie Shelton was just shy of 102 years of age. When he turned 100, the newspaper ran a story about him. It said that he had “about” 74 grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren. This amused me … Continue reading

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A Week’s End

I spent the last couple of days wreck fishing inside the bay and trolling along the oceanfront. The nights, I fished from our dock. Sea bass were a problem at times but I did manage an impressive catch of oyster … Continue reading

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Before the Blow

I managed to get in a couple of hours this morning before the front came through. It was really nice, then it really was not. I stayed close to home so the ride in was short. The baby sea bass … Continue reading

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More Sheep

Stan and I went back out yesterday to the place we had caught the fish the day before. It was not pretty; rough and rainy. More importantly, the fish were not biting. We only managed 2 toadfish. We did catch … Continue reading

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Counting Sheep

We fished close to home today. It was gorgeous and the oyster toad bite was on fire! We caught some other stuff also. We caught 24 tautog. Two were caught twice. Tagged them in the morning and recaught them around … Continue reading

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