Well I fished a estuary/river this morning and I had around 20 cracking bites .they were hard bites but shy takes .. I even had to cut the excess tail off the hooked worms so they couldn’t bite and take away just the tail ..but i managed to get a small flounder and an eel , all were returned safely… but were these the fish that gave me some cracking bites… what do you think !!
Bass, mullet , let me know your thoughts
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