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 Social & Hobby Clubs: Fish Tales Fishing Club News

Gulf Harbors
Gulf Harbors Fishing Club
Meetings Every Third Thursday at 7 p.m.

By Bob Richute - Secretary

We all survuved the Gulf Harbors Fishing Club Garage Sale and are into the Holiday season. We hope all GHCA residents had a Happy Holidays and a have a Happy New Year.

The Fishing Club continues to grow, four new members at our last meeting. We welcome Jim Humlicek, Beth Buschart, Tina Ritchhart and Tom Weist.

Ken Jones, also known as the “The Saltwater Fishing Coach” was our November guest speaker. He spoke about night fishing. He explained how night fishing is no different than day fishing except it is a bit less crowded on the waterways, the fish are still there, and still very hungry. Ken told us that the bait he uses is the same but the fish are not as spooked The best fishing is at full moon with high tides. You can get four to six hours of good fishing on an incoming tidal flow at night. Best places to fish are still around those oyster beds where you have some flowing water. The snook and redfish love those areas at night too. The tidal flow is very important to the fish since it provides movement, and the flow also expands the area of smell from your bait.

Mangrove snapper are also a good bite at night. The bigger snappers are more apt to attack your bait near the mangroves in the still of the night.

The club continue to get new members. Of the 34 people attending the meeting we had four new members as indicated earlier. Everyone is invited (men , women and children). Social time starts at 6:30, meeting starts at 7:00. We are planning several family outings this year. Come to the meetings so we can get your input.

We had a lot of positive fishing reports last month. Many reporting going out and catching their limits of grouper, Trout , Cobia and Mackeral. Fall fishing is still real good.

January – Key Dates to Remember

– GHCA Meeting / Bylaws Vote

– Gulf Harbors Fishing Club Meeting

Guest Speaker – Captain Larry Lavin

Topic – Throwing a cast net for bait or fish. Bring your net to practice with.

November Raffle Winners:

John Brown – Bruce Melnick – Jim Humlicek

Jack Maresa – Jimmy Brown – Dave Post – Bob Cascella

Posted On Sunday, December 8, 2013


 
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