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Old 04-14-2017, 08:28 AM   #31
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Can anyone tell me how the water color is looking in East Bay with all this wind? Thanks for your reply and have a blessed Easter.
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Yesterday morning it was pretty green for the most part. Have a Blessed Easter!
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water color in mid east bay looked pretty good today actually. The further back you go the dirtier it gets. Fishing is still pretty tough. Or at least it was out there for me throwing lures and a couple buddies I talked to who were throwing shrimp and popping cork
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Old 04-14-2017, 10:48 PM   #34
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Can anyone tell me how the water color is looking in East Bay with all this wind? Thanks for your reply and have a blessed Easter.
Water was definitely a little sandy today in most areas. Wind was blowing one way and tide was ripping the other way. At one point we were drifting into the wind, lol.
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Old 04-15-2017, 01:51 PM   #35
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Smoked them in East on Friday. Fish are there.
Live bait will catch 'em more often than not, especially this time of year. I heard Capt. Mike say so this morning.
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Live bait will catch 'em more often than not, especially this time of year. I heard Capt. Mike say so this morning.
I will agree there. Had a boat pull in on us yesterday while we were catching. Saw them get one on plastic while we got about 10 on shrimp on that drift. They even tried both sides of us, lol. Tried plastic some yesterday while in fish and nothing.
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