High Flying Blues

March 05, 2015 by Glenn Flowers

Trip Info


March Blues 3/5/2015
Me and the wife rounded up a few dozen baits Saturday and headed over to the Mobile Delta today to do some work on the blue cats. We woke up at 5 am and was on the river by 7 am, unloaded and headed out. We covered nearly 54 miles of river and caught only god knows how many pounds of blue cats. We didn’t get any big ones today, the wife got the biggest blue that weighed a tad over 30 pounds.

Thank god for the E-Tech. I only brought with me a half ah tank of fuel and by time we hit the dock she was on empty. Ill admit it, I was a bit worried we was going to be dead in the water.

We released all the blues except for enough to filled up a gallon sized vacuum sealed bag. By the time October gets here our freezer will be stuffed with vacuumed sealed bags of cats that we caught 1 bag, one trip at a time . All our fish over 20lbs swam away today.

Water temp 48.6
Clarity: Muddy
Flow. Fast
Over cast skys
Air temp Lows 48 Highs 61

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