Fishing petition good start in the right direction

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By Capt. Jacob Frick

How about his weather for February? The air temperature continues to be exceptional for this time of year, reaching well into the 60s and even lower 70s at times. The water temperatures are still holding in the upper 50s and the green cabbage is growing thick. The green cabbage and mossy slime have made it more difficult to work soft plastics close to the bottom. However, with above-normal water temperatures the fish have been more aggressive. Speckled trout and under-slot reds have been making it happen on most of my fishing explorations lately.

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