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Near boats and docks, fish biting
Siblings Blair and Blake Waters had a nice day seaside, catching several king fish. - photo by Photo provided.
Hi, everyone. Tight line Jr. here, trying to stay cool.
Well, I have a few reports for all you good folks this week, so here we go. Shannon Eller and crew had 15 flounder boat side. You could have used them for a front door mat. John Rogers and party landed about 14 trout. Man, they were pretty; I know I eyeballed them. My old buddy Capt. Jim Sheridan and his first mate MacElroy and party netted 23 whiting, six sheepshead and seven nice flounder down around St. Simons. I am going home tonight to cook up some flounder filets. I will let you know how they came out.
The dock tour is back. Capt. Hippie and I caught three black drum, two flounder and one nice spottail. My old buddy David Bush hit the tour for the first time in a while. He has been in training. His first cast from the dock landed a 22-inch spottail. Siblings Blair and Blake Waters had a nice day seaside with the king fish.
Yellow bluff Marina is still open for live bait, shrimp and minnows. Half Moon has live shrimp, and Sunbury Crab Company has live shrimp and minnows.
Also, if you go to the Sunbury Crab Company, ask about fresh crab cakes cooked to order.
So remember what Ol’ Tight Line always said: Get out there and go fishing and, if you do, always remember to keep a tight line. I always say hit the dock, keep a sharp eye and watch that cork go down. Until next time, do me a favor — get out there and wet a hook. It’s good for you.

Your buddy,
Tight Line Jr.  

P.S. Ahh, to be up in the crow’s nest at first light.

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