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My brother, nephew and I and three dozen fresh mullet visited the beach last evening. The mullets were very welcome by the crabs, which is a suprise how they could find mullet with all the GRASS and the HIGH SPEED left to right drift of the baits....you could not have held with a cinderblock last night (one of the larger ones.) We used frog's tongues and storm sinkers and the only way to fish was to cast up-current and walk down the beach ,following your bait and the pursuing crabs, which gave you about five minutes IF you walk faster than crabs. Reel in, put on fresh crab dinner and start again.
Fished through the high tide, left as rain and lightning really just completed the great night of fishing.
Eight heavers in the mix, no runs.:rolleyes:

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Crabs were the ticket

If only you were able to get a few. I'm willing to bet that would have got ya one or two. Considering you were fishing for Big Red Drum. :popcorn:
 
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