It’s interesting how different fishing is one day to the next this year. I’m catching fish most trips. It’s a lot more work than I’m used to, but still entertaining for us.
Most of the time when we find a good bite of fish, inshore dolphins move in and run us off. Trout or snook, we find the fish and then the beggars steal weakened releases. It requires a significant move to elude these crafty bums. Maybe some of you are feeding them? Hope not —it’s against federal law to feed wild dolphins. Believe this, you don’t want to get caught feeding dolphins. The dilemma is we can’t keep undersized or out-of-season fish, but Flipper is eating everything we put back. Our only choice is pack up and move.
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