My mom had the week off and wanted to take my daughter swimming. I wasn't working so I figured I'd go as well and bring a rod along in case I had a chance to fish. Was mid week so wasn't a ton of people there swimming. If you walk along the left side of the beach and follow it up you can get away from everyone and fish for a bit. While over there I caught 2 off a repala. Both coming in at just under 2 lbs I'm guessing. Packed it in for a bit and swam with my daughter for awhile. Since it was so quiet there (we were pretty much the only one's left at this point) I started fishing about 5 feet from the swim area so I could still talk and play withy daughter. No luck with the repala, I switched to a small swim bait and figured I'd give it another 5 minutes or so. Threw a couple casts by some anchored boats and snagged 1 between a lb-1 1/2 lbs. have a good fight actually.
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