I drove down to the coast on Wednesday. Camped out and dropped the yak into the Bay River. Itâ€™s a good sized body of water that feeds into the ocean.
Wednesday evening I got skunked. Winds were blowing hard making it difficult to cast and control the yak let alone trying not to capsize. I took a number of waves over the front and sides. I got soaked but still was able to scope out some spots for the future.
Thursday morning found the wind died down and the water had a moderate chop. I caught a trout almost immediately. Iâ€™m guessing 18 inch range. Action was steady all morning. Mullet were jumping pretty much everywhere and trout were all over. I even caught a few flounder.
I stayed out till about 10 and the heat came. It got up to almost 100 degrees on Thursday. I tried the evening bite. Had a few good strikes but never got any hooks.
This morning I fished and only managed one trout and one flounder. Didnâ€™t really see any bait either. Packed it in by 9:30 and drove home.
It was a nice couple of days and Iâ€™m glad I scored on unfamiliar water.
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