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    Drum Had a good time out on Chocolate yesterday

    First time to ever fish Chocolate bayou, i sure will be going back. Didn't realize how shallow it gets out there, but found a couple of good spots.
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    Excellent job! If you think it's shallow now, wait til the Northers start to blow! You could nearly walk across it!
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    Dang nice box of reds there!!! Grill on the half shell!!

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    Thank yall, i was woundering if yall could help me out i've been told by my buddy about Shell and mud, he was trying to give me directions but couldn't find it. Any suggestions?

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    Good job man, wtg! BE careful out there when those Northerns come in. You will bump around and find your way, just give it some time.

    Oh and NFIC!!

    Just kidding, great catch.
    HEY.

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    What is NFIC

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    No Fish In Cooler=No Fish In Chocolate!


    good catching!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Getmyhookwet View Post
    Thank yall, i was woundering if yall could help me out i've been told by my buddy about Shell and mud, he was trying to give me directions but couldn't find it. Any suggestions?
    I'm taking you mean shell reefs and mud bottoms-they are all over Chocolate bay-you will find the reefs-especially since you're new to the area and they are about 1' below surface on normal tides-like Curmudgeon said, wait till winter-those reefs will be sticking out of the water.

    Good luck and nice post!
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    Well said Robalo. The best way to learn Choco is to wait for a northern and go out and scout around. Just make sure you have a skinny boat if you are going to get out of the channel. I have seen many of no tunnel v bottom boats get stuck out there in the winter. You can get around if this is what you run, just pay attention to where you are going.

    As for shell and mud it is all over out there. Just jump over the side and feel around.

    No Fish In Chocolate. You will learn to live by it, or be potlicked by the mudskipper!!!! hahahahahaha.....

    Welcome to the ditch!
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    Nice Catch!
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