The REDFISH are BACK!!!
I saw that an angler had posted that he came down to Shell Beach and did not get a bite. I think he went by the online name of cabdss. In response to his post, the fish were caught by the bridge yesterday and closer towards Yscloskey. Sometimes the fish get spread out and are not closely packed together. In those situations, you might have to move around a little more to find out where they will be. They get spotty sometimes and it takes trying a few areas, even on the Hopedale side of the bridge. If you have further questions please email me. I will be more than happy to give you any pointers and comments.
Anyway, yesterday redfish were caught in Shell Beach Bayou but, like I said, they were spotty. I don't know if the fish were moving or what but they were not closely packed together like they were last week. Regardless, fish were caught and I'm sure the bite will be back on through the weekend!
Also, we had some anglers catch their limit of reds behind the Yscloskey gas plant and in the pipeline canal. You do not have to venture far to catch your limit in Shell Beach!!!
I also want to just give a sincere THANK YOU to everyone who posted a report about us on the dead bait controversy. Those reports really showed us at Campo's that we have the best customers that anybody could ask for! We see it as this: You can please some of the people some of the time, you please most of the people most of the time, but you CAN'T please all of the people all of the time. And we understand that. With that said, I would like to put the bait controversy to rest. Again, I just want to thank everyone that has supported us and hope to see you all soon!
Y'all come on down and see us at Campo's Marina in Shell Beach!!! We have 2 backdowns, ice, gas, diesel, and bait. Come and see us, and we will point you to the fish! Remember, at Campo's Marina you're not just fishermen, you're family!!!
We appreciate your business!!!
The Campo's; Mabel, FJ, Michael, and Robert