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met up with two ladies from canada today for a short, short trip. It might have been a total from launch to land an hour and a half. we didnt catch any fish and didnt do much fishing, maybe 20 minutes, but it was still a beautiful day out there. at one point on the flat I noticed the water went from clear to cloudy and I thought there might be some drum around stirring it up. stood up tp try to look for them and turned out to just be a school of mullet. didnt hear any good reports from anyone in the sound today so I guess the water was warming up after the last N blow we had a few days ago and the fish just might not have been active yet. might try tomorrow.

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Nice shots, Matt. Thanks for the report and good to see some pictures of you in a yak!

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its funny, they asked me to use my camera to take pictures of me. all I said was "great!" it was a very short trip so we didnt go far and they liked just paddling around having fun and looking at the herons and mullet.

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Glad you were able to get out Matt. Is that the bridge to Manteo?

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