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Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Cinco de Mayo fishing update

It has been cloudy and windy for so long, I can't remember the last "good" day. Makes for poor sight fishing and even worse for photography. I mean, you can't "blind cast" with a camera.

Additionally, there were fishing tournaments the last couple of weekends, as well as all of the "Cinco de Mayo" holiday boaters.

Yesterday, the wind was a little lighter but we didn't get sun until noon. I saw Randy Cawlfield on the water and so the first shot is showing him hard at work in typical business attire. That's his new Beavertail skiff that I am promised a ride in, soon.

The next unremarkable photo shows what a gang of redfish looks like in the open bay. Notice the water in the foreground and the difference between that and the background. Sorry, the bland light didn't allow the polarizer filter to do it's job.

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