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29 Oct 2019

Yellowtail Snapper Time!

Yellowtail Snapper Time!

What a trip we had earlier this week aboard Lisa B. We anchored the boat in 75 feet of water off of Delray Beach. We had a light north tide which is perfect for snapper fishing. We used chum to get the bite rolling. We drifted light leaded hooks with a small piece of bonito back behind the boat.

The bite started slowly but boy did it pick up quickly. In an hour and a half we filled the box. The yellowtail fishing will remain good for several months but try to fish on a north tide.

We can inform you on all sea conditions if you call the shop for info. A light spinning rod is perfect for the great eating fish! The picture of the bottom machine shows the fish schooled up behind the boat.

Give it a try!
RJ Boyle

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