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    Default A Good Morning

    Went to West Bay this morning with a buddy. Fished in a couple different hot spots and caught six nice Trout and a small Flounder on live mullet. Fished a small Reef at sunup and caught my first ever snook. It was about 3 or 4 pounds. Those are some fighting boogers. That was a blast. After I released it, I wish I would have gotten a pic with it, but did have a witness. LOL
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    Sure wish I knew what small reef you were at

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    Nice catch!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBSeaIsle View Post
    Sure wish I knew what small reef you were at
    I'm pretty sure I could find it again. I think it might be Greens Reef. It barely sticks up out of the water and it's like a half circle, with the highest part in the middle of the Reef. Lots of oyster shells around it. Across the water, looking North, it was easy to see some houses and beach house canals, like in a bay house subdivision. Not too far from there is the Intracoastal Canal. Ring any bells?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trophytroutman View Post
    Nice catch!!
    Thank you. It was a lot of fun until this moved in on us. We got the heck outta there.Name:  20170805_124453.jpg
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    Way to go buddy

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    Quote Originally Posted by walkinwader View Post
    Way to go buddy

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    Thanks Tim. It was a lot of fun.
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    Ya'll did well . Thanks for sharing that .
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    Quote Originally Posted by plugger View Post
    Ya'll did well . Thanks for sharing that .
    Thanks George. Hopefully I'll do it again soon.
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    George A. Barnard was my great grandfather. I'm named after one of his sons , Henry Barnard , who , interestingly was deputized to police Galveston after the great 1900 hurricane. George Branard as color sargeant for the 1 st Texas Infantry distinguished himself in that role . If you google his name you can read about him . He survived the War of Northern Aggression but was wounded in the arm and lost an eye . He had a Houston street named for him , Branard street , where he built a home at 201 Branard street . I was raised a few blocks from there on Sul Ross street.
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