Posted on April 27th, 2015
It’s nice to be in a part of south-west Florida where you can venture miles off-shore to catch trophy fish, or when it’s windy to have endless miles of sheltered water to fish.
This day we fished the mangrove shorelines in Bull Bay, Fl. Winds of up to 25 mph kept us off the Gulf waters.
We all fished “popping-corks” with 1/8 oz. jigheads and TriggerX Minnows with braided line and Rapala freshwater, medium-action rods. We all made pretty long casts, casting with the wind, covered lot’s of water and had a great time catching feisty trout!
Temps. were in the mid-30’sC and a great way to cool-off is to wade and fish the grass flats, just as Angela discovered!
For a refreshing lunch we had freshly made suviche (snapper fish chunks marinated with lemon juice, tomato, onion, & cilantro)…very tasty!