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  1. Kaze

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    Well, I got my truck back and decided to give it a proper go this morning.

    I saw there were supposed to be some big swings in the tides today which usually doesn't do well for me.

    Got there just before dawn and saw there were a number of poles lining the beach but less than last week. Started off with some camo worms until I could get into some good sand crabs.

    Nothing for most of the morning but then hooked up on the smallest perch I've ever caught while I was digging for crabs with my line out.

    Decided to give the old lc a shot and still nothing. Went back to the camo worms while crab hunting. Finally got a decent size one and immediately hooked up on a nice spotfin. Found out the hard way they have some mean spikes on their fill plates.

    Threw another crab out for a bean.

    Not a bad day overall. The beach was getting crowded by this time as the tide was almost peaked and decided to call it a day. PXL_20200919_153804878.jpg

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  2. perch killer

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    SC's still producing if you can find them.. Nice spot & bean.
     
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  3. old_rookie

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    Nice spot. Thanks for the report.
     
  4. B8DHOOK

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    Nice report.. if you ever clean a Spotfin, carve its head / throat open and check out those Crushers they have in their throat.. Its like something out of a Sci-Fi movie.. 3 hard discs with small grinders on top of the pads. Looks like a rock crusher in there. You can see how they’d be able to crush shells, and crabs without hesitation.. sand crabs are like eating a peach to those fish..
     
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    Nice report!
     

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