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John, Don and myself decided that since the wind would not cooperate this weekend we would need to find a suitable alternative to Tuna fishing and since the Spanish bite off Cape Henry has been great we would troll for a smaller version of the yellow sided members of the mackerel family we first wanted to target. Left Little Creek at 0630 and got just off the pound nets off Lynnhaven at 0700 put out five lines in and immediately hooked up on a nice Spanish. This continued the entire time we were out there five hours of constant action. The Spanish are out there thick!!!

AWESOME day thanks again to Don and John!!!!

From the pound nets to the light house, from eighteen to fifty feet, 76.4 degrees, they hit everything we put out, clarks and drones color didn’t matter six to ten ounce in-lines and #1 planers fished at 5 to 9 MPH.

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Very nice! Thanks for the pictures and report. :icon_thumright:

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Beautiful shots Lou!

I'm gonna have to hit a pier this week and try to get me a few!

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