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Old 07-12-2019, 12:10 PM   #11
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Yessir. But, the beachfront has been impacted more and more in recent years, imo. This year, especially, hasn't seen a lot of good trout water along SS, THUS FAR. Lotta wind, which another recent study pointed to. I haven't seen the Brazos run SO High for SO long, either. It was still Real High a week ago when I crossed over it a couple times. Big watershed.
610AM Outdoor Show, 7/12/19

Captain Mike Hammond/Tri-Bay Area; "Let me just go ahead and put this out, if you're coming down here looking for live shrimp, you're not going to find it. For some reason or other...Since Monday there hasn't been a white flag flyin.."

Capt. M. Eastman; Really!?.

Captain Hammond; ...So, they're having some kind of issue getting it, maybe too much freshwater...?"
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Old 07-12-2019, 12:39 PM   #12
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"Fishermen and state government officials agree this long, hot summer may go down in history as one of the most destructive years for Gulf fisheries. The torrent of river water pushing into Gulf estuaries is decimating crab, oyster and shrimp populations. The brown shrimp catch this spring in Louisiana and Mississippi is already down by an estimated 80%, and oysters are completely wiped out in some of the most productive fishing grounds in the country, according to state and industry officials. The polluted freshwater has also triggered algae blooms, which have led to beach closures across Mississippi."

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Old 07-13-2019, 08:49 AM   #13
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Micro-shrimp on the beachfront reported on this morning's 610AM Outdoor Show, by Capt. Charlie Paradoski. He and Eastman have, "never seen" it before.
Flushed out too soon, imo...
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