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Not much to say, unfortunately. We got there in the late afternoon and over the next few hours saw three oyster toads and one small blue. That was it.

We had six traps/rings out for crabs but didn't see a single one, ditto on the two rods that were baited with bloodworms. There were some folks with about 15 handllines out beside of us; they said they had caught one little guy since noon.

What was really strange is that the same guy who was crabbing told me that the salinity has dropped so much from all the rain that they're catching bluegill off the end on the outgoing tide! Unbelievable...you could occasionally see spanish mackerel jumping out there last year.

Around 6:00, a bad squall blew up and ran everyone off the pier. Hope ya'll had more luck this weekend.
 

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Yeah Flea where were you at? Now catching a bluegill down there would be a site to see!:jawdrop:
 

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I was on the public pier, lefthand side on the second "T."

I didn't see the bluegills, but that's what the crabber told me. Wouldn't surprise me one bit after this messed up year.
 
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