Hues and saturation

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Hues and saturation . Hello all fishing lovers, Today’s post is “Hues and saturation “. i hope that this short article is useful for you, all fishing lovers.

Hues and saturation

I was on the water of the sun to sunset, hoping every moment between my quest for VA Saltwater Angler Expert status would come to an end with a final sort of quote. King Neptune graced me with a large number of other species, but my trophy tautog still at large.

Photo Credit: Jet Brian
Keeping my frustrations at bay, I got to enjoy the many colors and shapes of CBBT had to offer.
Bergall aka Cunner from the wrasse family (the same family as tautog)
I had some 12 “Black sea bass and one right at 12.5” (keeper size).

Three puppies Drum paid me a visit after falling for my tog meant fiddler crabs.
Oystertoad
Pigfish aka grunt
I added about 15 togs, most of them in the 15 “-16” range with two go 17 “. Pieces of blue crab and live fiddler crabs were the bait of the day.
Jet Brian on his tricked out ride
also did very well packaged frozen fiddlers vacuum.
At the end of the day,
as the sun smeared breathtaking hues on the mirror calm bay,
it was hard not to thank for the opportunity to be there.
I soaked it all in …
… hoping my next adventure is not too far away.
By the way, I saw decent numbers light line stripers on the road near the small boat channel. I caught two in the lower-middle 20 “range with a 1/4 oz jighead and 3” white Gulp swimming mullet before calling it a (long) day.

Article source: kayakfishingblog.com

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