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Hopedale, Louisiana
10/18/11 3:48 AM
Captain Ron
Hello fellow anglers. What a great fishing trip, a wonderful day on the water with a lovely couple in from Mississippi. Mrs. Cindy, recently in all the way from Afghanistan, came to enjoy some of the best fishing anywhere in the world. Von gave a plan of attack and he wanted Cindy to tussle with a big Redfish before she was planned to deploy back to Afghanistan on Monday morning. First we needed some fish for a fish fry and I had the Trout located in an interior lake and the plan was set.

I met Von and Cindy at 5:30 at the dock and they were chomping at the bit, ready for the action that was to come. I loaded up for the short run to an interior lake close to the dock and about 3 casts later Cindy was hooked up and she jumped out to a four to nothing lead before Von got in on the action. From there it was on with Trout after Trout flying in on cast after cast then all of a sudden Cindy started to squeal and she was hooked into the monster. That was just what Von had wanted her to catch and after an exciting fight the beast finally gave up the ghost and into the net he went. A beauty she was, almost 13 pounds of muscle. After a few pictures and a few high fives we were back at the action. It never slowed down, from there we were catching fish on almost every cast with some fine Speckled Trout and Black Drums and Reds and a few bay Snappers mixed in. It didn't take long to fill their limits of Trout and with the fish box almost to the rim they wanted to try for some more Redfish so off to spot number two. There we caught another Drum or two and a few small Reds but not a lot so we tried another spot in a deep hole but nothing so we headed back to the first spot with the last of the bait and were able to pick up 3 more Drums and two more bay Snappers and the last of the Trout limits.

So with two happy customers and a ton of great memories made for Mrs. Cindy to relive in her tent on her mission in Kandahar, we took it to the house where Cindy said she would relive this day the whole time she is in battle until the next time she and Von can do it again. All the fish were caught today on live shrimp rigged 2 feet under a rattling popping cork. The final fish count for the day was 75 nice Speckled Trout, 3 Redfish, 7 puppy Drums and 5 bay Snappers. It was such a perfect day spent with two great people and everything couldn't have went any better with the temperature like fishing in the air conditioning and not a cloud in the sky it was absolutely perfect day and I was o happy to take one of our finest who put their lives on the line every day for our valuable freedom that we enjoy every minute of every day.

And as our motto says, RAIN OR SHINE, SLEET OR SNOW, IF YOU COME WE WILL GO!

Capt Ron
Sportsmans Paradise Outdoors Fishing
225-445-1019
hope19@cox.net
www.spoutdoors.com

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