Salty Dog Charters
1623 Ycloskey Highway
Shell Beach, Louisiana 70185
Contact: Markham Dickson
Phone: 504-481-8216
Email: cmdthree@yahoo.com

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Salty Dog Charters - Charter Fishing at it's best.
Top notch equipment, friendly service.

Just a Louisiana boy, born to fish, Doin what he loves.

Salty Dog Charters L.L.C. offers coastal fishing only 30 miles from New Orleans.
Running a boat out of Shell Beach Louisiana allows great day fishing trips out of New Orleans.

We can fish Lake Borne, Bay Eloi, Black Bay and all points inbetween.  Marsh fishing or open bays.  We go where the fish are.

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Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Big fish springtime ACTION in Breton Sound!
Talk about a GREAT day on the water a couple days ago. Went out with a crew from New Orleans on a charity harvest trip. About once a month we try to get enough fish to hand out 200 free poboys on the streets on New Orleans. This trip was almost enough for an entire giveaway in one haul! Got the guys loaded up and headed straight out into the Sound. Forecast was for 5-10 and 1-2' waves. Ended up with 15-20 and 2-3s... We were not deterred! Just sliced up them waves and headed straight out to the ACTION. From the first stop to the last we were pulling in big mature sheephead, redfish, and drum. With plenty of them hitting the box between sheephead and the younger drum/redfish. Lots of doubles and triples and drag screaming. The 2-3' waves just made it more fun. Down right sporty out there! It was not long before we had the two 94q coolers packed with tasty fish and decided to play around a little. Motored up to a giant flock of birds to find a spectacle of nature unfolding beneath them. A MASSIVE school of bullreds was laying waste to a ball of pogies they had corralled. We watched in wonder as massive reds so thick, the water was colored bronzy red, crashed baits on the surface their backs out of the water, they swam so close to the surface. Spend enough time out there and this kind of thing is bound to cross your path. We were really happy to have gotten to witness it. Decided to take the rest of the day to explore what may be going on at Breton Island. Went out there and let the crew see the barrier island while we fished minnows under a corks for trout. No takers... either a little too early or the sand stained water from all the wind was too much for them to feed. GREAT day with a mission accomplished we turned the bow north and took it back towards the dock. Perfect day of fishing; If you have not experienced this springtime ACTION on big fish you are missing out. Sure they are not trout but we will have plenty of time for them in the months to come. rnrnGot some good video you can check out on my site.rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/Home/tabid/39/EntryId/196/Default.aspxrnrnI have a cancellation Saturday the 26th of April! Give me a call and come get in on some of the action.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Actin\' a fool
A FINE specimen!
Haul of delicious gulf filets.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

After 20 years JR and Debbie are still fishing buddies
Had a couple from West Virginia down for their 20th anniversary, main mission to fish Louisiana! Debbie told J.R. her idea, and I am sure it did not take him long to agree. Heh talk about a keeper. The couple had a great three days of fishing with me. Staying at lodging here in Shell Beach they got to soak in the local Cajun fishing culture. First day it was pretty calm so we hit the Breton Sound for some monstas. Not disappointed with all forms of big beauties pulling drag at every stop. Bull redfish, drum, and sheephead were coming up in doubles all day. The second day we had a little more wind so stuck it out on the MRGO rocks for a nice morning of bull red fish action followed by an afternoon catching slot reds back in the marsh. Debbie and JR were a good team. Looking out for each other, making sure the other was in position for a good cast on the action. I can see how they made it 20 happy years! Even had a kiss after each double. Day three was all marsh action, but we took it deep into the edges of the marsh over on the Delacroix side of MRGO. Got on some really nice top end slot redfish. Got them their limit of those with a couple drum mixed in. High winds but we were able to find semi protected cleaner water and tide was up in the grass and fish were right on it fishing dead shrimp or plastics 2' under a popping cork. Really great folks, really easy going it made for a fun three days of fishing. Everything they caught was donated to our charity fish poboy giveaways we do in New Orleans, big thanks for that. I think I will see this couple again sometime, they said it was their favorite fishing charter so far and that was saying something because they have gone all over the place. Gotta love Louisiana catchin'!rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

First day of ACTION!
Doubled up!
Beautiful marsh redfish limit and a couple lagniappe drum.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Naval invasion of Breton Sound.
Had four Navy boys on board a few days ago. They were the lucky winners of a raffle they had at the base. We had Mike, Rich, Lee, and Rob on board for what turned out to be another great day of big fish action out in Breton Sound. From the first rig we set up on we had hook ups on bull redfish. And when we hit the third rig about 20 minutes later it was double, triples, and damn near quads all morning. We caught around 20 bullreds, some serious pounds of redfish, releasing them all but one of the smallest for each of them. Next stop was sheephead. We were not disappointed on that front either as the guys packed the 94qt cooler until you had to sit on it to close the lid. I think big fish titles for the day most likely go to Rob with a monster red and Rich with a goliath drum.rnrnWe had a really good day on the water, great conditions and bite was on from the get go. The guys were all good fishermen which helps get the day rolling. Hope their luck doesn't run out and maybe a couple of them win again and get to come back out for round 2.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Lee with a purdy bull
Rob with a nice one.
Some fresh filets to take home.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Running of the Breton Bulls!
Howdy y\'all, I been off the water last couple months for winter and with spring my 2014 chartering season begins. When its calm we have been going out into Breton Sound and catching some serious poundage of Bullreds. One day last week we boated about 25-30 reds in the 15-30lb range. That was some serious drag pulling. Had some good clear water out there on calm days and have pulled up on visible schools of 30 or more giant redfish. Hooked up on one then watch others follow and pitch a plastic to them only to watch them inhale it and scream drag. Even on the days with less clarity we have still been hammering the big reds, if its calm enough to get outside. And if you want meat for the freezer the sheephead spawn is beginning as well. On windy days nice boxes of slot redfish and drum have been coming out of the marsh. Fished yesterday and the day before in 20+mph winds and still managed a nice mess of marsh critters in low tide and muddy water.rnrnSo if you want to get your line stretched by some massive redfish or your freezer filled with tasty sheephead, hook up with me for a calm day before the spring run is over. Some serious big fish trips going down right now.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Big boy.
Sam fighting this redfish was like a grown man on a 150lb yellowfin.
Redfisherwoman

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Shell Beach trout and redfish ON FIRE!!!
Great time on the water yesterday with a couple fun guys to fish with. Scott up and married Stan\'s daughter so they might as well be fishin\' buddies. I think the guys must have been in a boat together quite a few times because they had the competitive jibes pretty much down pat. Scott got off to an early lead with a big ol\'redfish in the top end of edible bracket. Stan followed up with biggest trout. We caught a couple reds right off the bat then took a long cast out into open water and nailed a beautiful speckled trout. Bout an hour later we had 75 silver wonders on ice by 8:30am. Didn\'t even have to go up to Biloxi or down to 4-horse/oak river we just stayed close and caught fish. Everything 2\' under a popping cork on live shrimp or plastics. Switched gears to pick up our 8 more reds to polish off their limit of 10 redfish. Found um at drains and points either under a cork or pitching tight lined soft plastics on 3/8ths oz jig heads. We could see the minnows jumping to evade the redfish as the tide brought them over the schools of hungry redfish. Fishing will be ON FIRE until this front hits on Friday.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Scott\'s first fish of the day.
Letting them biggun\'s go make more babies.
75 trout and 10 redfish for the crew.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Shell Beach heating back up after cold fronts.
Had a really fun day of fishing a couple days ago with a younger crew. I think our oldest was 21. The charter was Quin\'s birthday trip and he brought along his girlfriend Leslie, and friends Brandon and Ryan. It was just after those cold fronts had pushed water temps down into the upper 40\'s and trout were waking up late in the day. I opted to still meet the crew at dawn and take them to a bite that did not mind the cold. We pulled up on the sheephead and puppy drum and starting putting fish in the box one right after another. I lost count of the sheephead we deemed worthy of the box but believe me I got to figure that out at the cleaning table. Caught them the usual way dropping bait shrimp down the the structure they were holding on. Guys had a blast with this little start, and Ryan kept pulling in the occasional trout on plastics while we worked over the sheeps. Stage two of the day ended up being even more fun! Took the crew back to a little redfish canal I hoped would be turned on with the cold weather and sure enough it was on fire. We caught more then 50 redfish keeping our limit amidst the doubles and triples. Redfish are in a feeding frenzy right now trying to beat the winter chill. Every redfish I have cleaned in the last few days has had its belly PACKED. Guys were really happy about all the action and I got them a beautiful haul of sheephead and redfish filets to take home and share with their friends and family. They did also donate about half of their sheephead to the charity poboy giveaways we do. I think I have about half the meat I need to do another 200 meals for the homeless and we just did one about a week and a 1/2 ago! Great day out there with some nice young people that got the right idea of a good time.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Our cup over-floweth!
Some tasty filets.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Little catch and release redfish trip.
Just a little video of a day of catch and release redfishing out of Shell Beach.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out more VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Shell Beach bite continues.
Had a couple really good fellers in my boat a few days ago. Rob and Jim knew each other through work, both being lawyers, and decided to give Louisiana fishing a go while they were in New Orleans. Great day out there, a little cloudy but not too chilly. Trout action was hot and heavy like it has been the last few weeks. Was not a problem getting the guys on a couple great trout bites. Also got treated to some drag pulling redfish action out there. Both the guys landed some beautiful redfish. Had a double that I got on video on some nice 30+\' fish.rnrnBeing from out of town the guys didn\'t need to take all their catch, but did decide to take a portion for dinner at Maurepas Foods. I called up Mike the cook/co-owner and got them hooked up with an excellent meal in the Bywater that evening with their catch. You can check this out in the \'cook your catch\' section. The rest of their catch they donated to our \'Charity Poboys!\'. And to top it all off Rob offered to send me a check to cover all expenses on our next giveaway! Big time thanks for that! Going to feed 200 hungry people on the streets of New Orleans. I will try to get enough fish to do this one between Thanksgiving and Christmas to make it a gift to them for the holidays.rnrnFishing continues to be on fire between these cold fronts. I am also still on a very good flounder bite if anyone is interested in that. Y\'all give me a call and book a trip before all these fronts give the trout lock-jaw!rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

The guys with their double.
Me with my double-rigged plastics.  Common this fall when they frenzy.
Most of this catch donated to feed the hungry.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Great time to be a fisherman.
Fall fishing is easily my favorite time of the year to fish. And yesterday was one of those perfect days. Light winds, clear water, strong tides and a marsh full of speckled trout. rnrnMr. Brian Balhoff out of Baton Rouge usually comes down with his stepdad and brother but seeing as how they were all busy duck hunting he had to take on the burden himself. We had a blast out there. I told Brian the fish have been a little bigger towards Delacroix so we went that way. Mission for the day was to catch our limit of 50 without hitting any one place that I had fished before. With these conditions its great to hit new holes because you know its not really conditions in your way if they don't produce.rnrnWe found fish everywhere with the larger fish coming off points in bigger bays and way back in the ponds. The get your limit fish came from deeper holes with strong tide. We found that if the fish got small switching back and forth to plastic would get you a couple thick keepers then put some more bait in the water to keep um rolling. We caught fish just about every tactic from live under a cork to tight lined plastics on a jig head. But the quality of fish on the plastics was hands down better. Fish were hittin' them either under a cork in shallow flats or on the fall pitched into deep holes with some tidal rip. Even got on a really good puppy drum bite at the end dragging dead bait down on the bottom. FUN day on the water and got our 50 trout without too much of a worry, struck out at some of the new spots but also added a 3 or 4 new honey holes to the list.rnrnWe fished in and around 4 Horse and Round Lake.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Brian with a nice marsh speck out of the ponds.
He had some Purdy speck and drum filets to take back up to Baton Rouge.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Fish everywhere in the Marsh!
Been out a couple times in the last week and fishing is really heating up in the marsh. Little bit of everything. I had a couple German fellows in my boat a few days ago and they had a blast out there. It was Timo and Bennie's first ever day to fish. Once I taught um which way was up on the fishing rod we had trout flying in the boat one after another. Caught our fish back on the Delacroix side a little south of the lake Amedee area. We caught half our fish in a shallow pond and the other half in a pass about 5' deep over oysters with a good falling tide. Fish went crazy here until the guys had enough and were ready to take it to the dock. rnrnAnd yesterday I decided to go up to Biloxi on my own and see how the bite was up there. I fished deep in the marsh in the morning catching some nice trout and a limit of slot reds on points with tide falling. Wanted to find fast trout action so worked my way into the bigger bays and got on a furious bite over oysters. Every cast... not big fish, most being 11-13 inches long but couldn't beat the action. And I caught 6 sheephead, 3 massive bullreds (15lb+), and 6 or 8 drum while catching the limit of trout. All on the bottom dragging a dropper rig with live shrimp over the oysters. 1/2 oz weight with double rigged hooked on dropper loops 1 foot apart. Had my limit of specks and reds and thought I would go for the trifecta. Motored back to the MRGO and starting hitting the pockets for flounder. Hit them at stop number 2 and big mama's were sliding into the boat every other cast. Left them biting when I got 10 I was proud of and took it to the dock. Not a bad bite when you can limit out on all three. Y'all give me a call and hop in the boat so we don't have to leave um biting!rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Bennie and Timo from Germany, first ever fishing trip.
One of the smallest 3 bulls released.
That\'s a wrap! Limited on all 3.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Tina's first fishing trip.
Had a couple lady's in town that wanted to see what Louisiana fishing was all about. Tina from California and Amanda from Kentucky. Girls had a great time catching their dinner. The highlight was Tina's big redfish that I got a video of I thought I would share with you guys. rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Cappies Day Off... Gone Flounderin\'!
Had a day in the boat to myself yesterday and decided to go fishing in a cold front. Trees were shaking, wind blew chill, but didn\'t stop the flounder in the MRGO from biting. Hit a few pockets with 3' water and found them here and there. Slow fishing but for me its all worth that THUMP when you know its a flounder. Picked up 10 nice ones with a couple SLABS and quite a few little cupcakes returned to the water to grow up a little. Also quite a bit of 'bycatch' as you can see in the picture. I fished live shrimp but sure would love to have had some minnows. Anyone know if they are selling them at BSM yet? Anyways just thought I would give the heads up for an flounder fanatics like me out there. Go getcha some!rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Fallllounders!

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Fall action in Biloxi Marsh!
Fall fishing is here!!! Chris and Dan snuck down south again and got in another trip with me out of Shell Beach. The guys love to catch sheephead and late last fall we really hammered um. I told Chris they might not be on the menu but the Redfish and the speckled trout were just starting to get really good on the inside. We started out on trout and were welcomed by some frenzied action right off the bat at a drain in Lake Borgne. When the morning frenzy tapered off I took them to the dam in search of a bull red. Was packed with boats and only one little corner to fish. Pulled up and hooked a nice bull on about the 4th cast got an excellent bit of drag screaming and line stretching. With no vacancy to keep that up we headed way up to Biloxi Marsh and finished our day out up there. Great fishing in the marsh. Catching 25-30 speckled trout, 5 drum, 15 reds with a few bulls released. Oh and one sheephead just to make Chris happy. It was funny right off the bat Dan was putting a hurt on his brother with the numbers on redfish, but then Chris had to catch both the monster reds just to show his bro who was boss. Really fun day on a falling tide fishing drains. The guys took some of their catch to be cooked up at Maurepas Foods with our 'cook your catch' option. The rest was donated to our charity po-boy give-aways. Great couple guys that I think are coming back on day for the spring sheephead rodeo.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

Trout
The guys haul.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Shell Beach Combo Trip
Had three young men down to fish with me yesterday and boy were they in for a treat. Got there nice and early and we hit the water in the dark for the ride out to the sacred fishing grounds. Throttle down all the way to a rig deep in Breton Sound. Pulled up got ready for battle. Corks set deep, first cast big fat slab trout. And it was doubles and triples in no time. All big thick fish in the 1-3lb range no measurements necessary. Guys were naturals I told them about how trout frenzy feed and to all cast into the same place and to throw any dead shrimp in that area, and we kept um frenzied. Good thing too because just as we hit their limit the bite slowed and tapered off. It was really early and game plan was a combo redfish/trout day so we took that as a message and packed in back inside. Hit two different redfish grounds and got on them at both stops. Andy was the redfish whisperer getting an early start on Jeff and Dave. But Jeff stepped up to the plate at both locations pulling in biggest red both at both locals. Both were in the bull class with one going about 15lbs that was caught site fishing in front of a wake. David showed his mojo at the last stop once we limited on redfish we went to throwing plastics with gold spinners. He was a machine on the plastic putting 4 big 6-12lb reds in the boat right at the end. GREAT day on the water with some really positive and friendly guys. If they ever make it back down to New Orleans I really hope we get a chance to put a whoppin' on um again.

Salty Dog Charters, L.L.C
Captain Markham Dickson
www.saltydogchartersllc.com
cmdthree@yahoo.com
(504)481-8216

Check out VIDEOS here!
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This is how you know they are hungry.  Broke off, ate again 3 minutes later.
Top\'o\'Tha Mornin\' to ya Me\'Trouties!
Limited on both our prey.

Inshore Fishing

Shell Beach / Hopedale / Reggio in Southeast Louisiana

Shell Beach Redfishing
Had a great day on the water today with a father Ron and his son Spencer. The trip was kinda a going away graduation celebration for Spencer who just finished up his masters at Tulane. Mama was home packing for the road while the boys got in one more day of Louisiana fishing before headed back up to Michigan. I told um Mama must be really nice and that's one heck of a deal! Either way they wanted to start at 8am and be in mid afternoon so not to leave her in the lurch. We went with plan redfish with that time frame and boy we had a great day out there. Went back to where I caught fish yesterday and with the tide up a foot above where it was yesterday afternoon the fish had moved. They were not as much on the points and were more right up on the grass eating crabs and minnows. We did a little moving but got on a couple good bites and had a really Purdy limit of reds by bout noon. The action was yet to come however. Got tucked up into a larger pond with a little bayou running through it and caught reds a way I have never done in Shell Beach. This was really cool. I came around a corner in the bayou and saw the tide was so low that a large pond was mainly a mud 1-6' deep with little creek of falling tide pushing through it. Though I bet all those reds that were up in the grass will be in this little creek now eating on the falling tide. We slide up on one side and caught one immediately by drifting corks down the 'creek'. Chummed some dead shrimp letting them drift down the current then floated the corks again. Fish after fish after fish. Must have caught 20 reds there in about 30 minutes, all keepers but all release. Tricky tactic because it was some ultra low water, but if you find a little bayou pushing through a big flat pond its worth a shot for sure ,because those reds that were up in the grass have to go somewhere and all that bait is just drifting right into their mouths. Anyway I think it was a great Louisiana send off for the guys. I really enjoyed the day, sometimes just targeting reds can be nice. Less running all over the place then trout can be if you don't hit them the first stop.rnrnSalty Dog Charters, L.L.CrnCaptain Markham Dicksonrnwww.saltydogchartersllc.comrncmdthree@yahoo.comrn(504)481-8216rnrnCheck out VIDEOS here!rnhttp://www.saltydogchartersllc.com/YeOlVideos.aspx

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Haul of delicious gulf filets.
A FINE specimen!
Actin\' a fool
Doubled up!
Beautiful marsh redfish limit and a couple lagniappe drum.
First day of ACTION!
Some fresh filets to take home.
Rob with a nice one.
Lee with a purdy bull
Redfisherwoman
Sam fighting this redfish was like a grown man on a 150lb yellowfin.
Big boy.
75 trout and 10 redfish for the crew.
Letting them biggun\'s go make more babies.
Scott\'s first fish of the day.
Some tasty filets.
Our cup over-floweth!
Me with my double-rigged plastics.  Common this fall when they frenzy.
Most of this catch donated to feed the hungry.
The guys with their double.

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