You are ON!!
I will only be back in the UK for a short (but currently indeterminate) time to fill in for someone prior to coming back to New York to set up a similar operation. It may be just one month but could be three or more - time will tell.
Sight fishing the bayside it is! Or, wherever else they may be trying to hide.
I fished the Esopus flats today on the mid Hudson and it was spectacular. Sadly the fish were not cooperating. Even the bait guys on shore only managed one fish between them. They are there for sure. Many boats are marking large numbers of fish in 20 - 30 feet of water. Still, I gave the Yak another good work-out and had my first experience with other boat traffic - from small outboards to very large barges. :eyecrazy:
Pleased to report the Tarpon performed brilliantly and I managed to stay dry.
Looks like my plan of not fishing from the Yak has gone by the wayside for now. I need a driftsock!
Hitting the Housie tommorow - tides are perfect and there are reports of large fish chasing herring ...hmmmmmmm
When sight fishing, look over your shoulder from time to time, you never know who's behind you
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