But back to friday's fishing report. neal caught a nice even dozen of these
the fish, not the shrimp LOL
We used them for bait. We had three very nice hits in the channel in the bay but did not get any of them hooked! We were so unprepared for it. And lost all of our rigging to boot. :( But how exciting.
I went hours and hours and hours with nothing!
then we headed in to the nursery area as I call it. Inshore at cockroach bay and I caught a lovely sea trout, a mango snapper, a whiting, a lady fish that leaped in the air as it got hooked and a small bait fish. no reds though :( All of these in the last of the 6 hours we were out fishing! Neal caught nothin' in the nursery area. We are completely different fishing people as everything else in life we are opposite on.
Here is a pic of the sunrise as we headed out.
Oh and I saw a manatee several times in the inshore/nursery area too. I would have thought it was not cold enough for them yet but there he was. A bit small, maybe 4 foot and in some very very shallow water too. I heard him before I saw him. They come up to the surface and exhale which sounds like a loud sighing noise. Choco, our beloved-gone-to-heaven-3 years ago doggie, would make a great manatee sound as he settled in on the tile in front of the fireplace. Or just about anywhere come to think of it.
And so you don't think i've been lax on stuff for the twins, here is a pic of the two candy corn hats i have finished and the first of the candy stripe hats i'm up to the crown shaping on
aren't they just too sweet?Have a grand and glorious day!