After the three of them settled in we made plans for where to meet up in the morning to head out to fish. The first day Max sent out Paul and Ted to fish with plans to rotate himself in the following two days so that each of them would get to fish two out of the three days. We started off doing some sight casting to reds and within 5 minutes Ted had a really nice fish on.
This day was the strongest redfish day of the weekend with tons of hookups, most caught and some lost in the thick grass they were held up in. Paul finished with the largest redfish of the day just shy of 30 inches.
They headed to Bricks on Boundary for some lunch and had a drink at Hemingway’s that evening, before heading home to grill a few redfish filets and prepared for the next morning of fishing.
The second day it was Max and Paul in the boat. Paul has been in my boat many times and I refer to him as ‘Paul the Professional’ because he doesn’t look like he is doing anything special but the fishing luck he brings is undeniable. Though Paul brought this nice red in from a massive school sitting over white shell, it ended up being a day full of nice trout.
The third day was Max and Ted and finally we were given some calm water to look for Cobia but the tide movement must have been a little fast for them to get up top. I guess we needed ‘Paul the Professional’ for some added luck with those brown fish. We did get into some trout, jacks, and reds on a nice point after the water stopped being slick.