Jeff’s Kayak Fishing Trip Report, Flagler County, FL

The waters are where last year we caught hundreds of snook but today there were none. The season has been closed this year so far because of the severe cold this past winter killing so many fish.

Here are a few shots from yesterday at the Highbridge area down in Flagler country FL about 43 miles from the house. The waters are where last year we caught hundreds of snook but today there were none. The season has been closed this year so far because of the severe cold this past winter killing so many fish.
Jeff

Spotting big fish while standing in a kayak

Casting from a fishing kayak, Flagler county, FL

Jeff standing by his beached fishing kayak

Photography: Nina Green

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4 Comments

  1. admin

    Unofficially, Jeff told me that he also took some time just to paddle his W500, because it’s fun – especially paddling standing.

    Anglers beware! This yak might distract you from fishing… 😀

    Yoav

  2. Rox

    Nice pictures Jeff, too bad about the fishing.
    Let’s hope it rebounds by next season.

    Tight lines and Paddle Safe all.
    Rox

  3. Jeff McGovern

    That’s right unofficially Yoav. The W500 is not suppose to keep me from fishing. I was shocked then horrified to find myself paddling around having fun and ignoring fishing. One moment I was paddling along scouting for fish standing up, then a wild thought came to mind, this is fun! It was awful paddling around with this silly grin right past places to cast and catch fish. I’m not sure what to think. Is it possible I might one day take the W500 out on the water and have no tackle on board? A day of fun and water play with no fishing stuff. Oh the inhumanity, oh the horror. Hmm I guess this proves the W has other uses, who would have guessed :).

  4. admin

    Dang!
    Next thing you know you’ll be climbing rocks in that yak! 😀

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