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Here's what you look for: A fin and/or a tail sticking up an inch or two above the surface of the water [we're fishing in about 3 feet of water, mind you].
Not easy to see. Nevertheless, we did see one, almost the minute we got to the permit-hunting grounds, but the fish ignored the live crabs that Wayne and Mat cast to it.
In this case the boater should have left both of the ditch markers on his left-hand side, instead of "splitting the uprights."
blue runner on a hook below his bobber [the orange thing in this photo] and one of the sharks gave chase.
So we finished off the day by catching a mess of bluefish and ladyfish.
Another great day on the water.
Oh yes, and Wayne put a ladyfish on his bobber rig and chucked it out. We thought that a shark was on it but it turned out to be a pack of ravening bluefish who ate the ladyfish just like eating corn-on-the-cob.
• Meanwhile, in other news...
• Fly Line Connections
”Fly fishers should know how to make the proper connections in their tackle. Making these practical connections requires no tool other than a line clipper.”
Photo, and please visit this link to read the full article: FloridaSportsman.com