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Went with my buddy Captain Tom Ross on the madden voyage of his new to him 2003 Maverick Master Angler.  We launched at OR at dawn, ran the twisty turn, out the pass and headed south.  Early morning high tide, so we had outgoing water all morning.  Light winds from the S-SW.  Blue skies with some clouds during the day, but no rain (and even nicer, no lightning!).  The water was murky in most places, but we were able to sight fish in real shallow water.  We were throwing soft plastics paddle tails and GULP! jerk shads in new penny for the most part.  Seems like dark colors with chartreuse paddle tails worked best.  We probably caught 60-70 fish, mostly trout and snook, with the occasional jack, sail cat and snapper in the mix.  The boat ran great, and plowed through the afternoon chop on the run back with no problem.  A very nice day.  



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