Delacroix Report 7/19/2015

Winds are still out of the West, but a little lighter this morning. We headed out into the sound to look for speckled trout. We hit a submerged reef that is always good this time of the year. We worked live shrimp carolina rigged, 3 feet under corks and artificial cocahoes to produce a few nice sized trout. We never hit the mother load and it got hot quick so we decided to work up some reds and black drum in the marsh. We hit the windward side of a cove and started pitching dead shrimp and live shrimp on the bottom. We used carolina rigged live shrimp and plain jigheads with dead shrimp to produce a box full of redfish, black drum, a couple of sheepshead and a few more trout. Things are getting better….

Captain Jeff