Well It was a trip for the memories in boca raton fl.I really wasnt there for the fishing until I was up really early one morning so I went for a walk on the beach,the first thing i noticed were the minows beaching themselves,wich of course was the first sign of either a really bad thing about to happen or something was chasing them to do it,well the later turned out to be true,about 40yrds off shore there were huge schools of really big fish,so the angler came out of me,lucky enough I was staying with my pops at the time and he had everything we needed,to say the least we spent the whole day on the shore while huge schools of blue runners passed us by,all we used were silver 2 in spoons and every time we hit the water we were reeling in either a blue or one of the many tag alongs that were with them,I have to say it was the most awsome fishing experiance I have had and it will be with me till I am old,if your ever on the east coast of fl and see huge dark areas and there are mullet or minnows ashore get a rod and have the time of your life.
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