Hitting the target: red and black drum

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By Capt. Jacob Frick

Redfish have been the No. 1 target for most of our trips this past week, and we have enjoyed success on most trips. Black drum have been the secondary target and have also provided excitement at times.
Flounder and trout have joined the action periodically, but they have been incidental catches as we have been targeting other species.
Russell Combs had been communicating with me via email. Combs said he would be bringing his 9-year-old son, Nate Combs, and his 9-year-old nephew, Mike Niemeic, on the charter.

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