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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 20

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20 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. S, 1968 OUTDOORS By Ed Buckow Cold Front Should Chase Gamefish Into This Area Kltefn fill times when we had four pompano on at once. We couldn't handle it," said Dorahush. The top catch of pompano checked in at Lake Side Tackle and Seafood Saturday was 44. The pomps were smaller and less plentiful Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Darula returned to Bill's Marina with 10 blues Monday. They took the fish on cut bait south of Peanut Island. Coates Johnson came in with a catch of 10 pompano. Bluefish, snook and trout action continues to be lively in the Port Salerno area. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bates, West Palm Beach, took 11 blues and two trout Monday on surface plugs, fishing in the Sun Parlor. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Na-poli, Port Salerno, bagged 16 blues fishing with cut bait in the same area, and Walter and Jim Wirkala, Lake Worth, took four snook and a trout on white feather lures. SAILFISH ACTIVITY has picked up off the Palm Beaches. Sam Evert released two sails and boated a wahoo yesterday aboard his boat Sandra D. The previous day, Mrs. Anne Kunkel released two sails and boated several dolphin, amberjack and barracuda aboard Capt. Frank Ardine's boat Sail Ahoy. According to a report received from headquarters of the Blue Sea drift boat fleet, fishermen aboard those craft have been taking dolphin, yellowtail, snapper and grouper. Fred Hasting, skipper of the charter boat Pepper, scouted close to the beaches Monday, and hunted down and boated 15 cobia. Fishermen are still taking speckled perch in the Kissimmee River and the north end of Government Cut, and the speck fishing turned red hot yesterday in the rim canal in the Belle Glade area. THE BIG TWO DAY RUN of pompano and blue fish in Lake Worth began to fall apart Sunday, but a cold front that is expected to push through this area early this morning may result in an increase in small migratory gamefish action in the lake and elsewhere along this part of the coast. The front is rather a mild one, according to meteorologists at the local Weather Bureau. But the northerly winds accompanying the system could prod some mackerel, bluefish and pompano southward and inshore. Weathermen forecast 8-15 m.p.h. northwest to northwest winds today. There certainly are plenty of small migratory gamefish just north of the Jupiter area. When I arrived at the public beach at Hobe Sound Monday morning the ocean was alive with mackerel and blue-fish, and both the commercial net fishermen and the sports fishermen were taking fish. The surf was murky, which worked against casters on the beach. Mackerel could be seen flipping on the surface everywhere just out of casting range. Apparently the surf was muddied by wave action over the weekend. The net fishermen took laree catches of mackerel. Brunig Mo-ske, operator of the Fishin' Hole at Port Salerno, said one net boat that pulled into his dock for gas had more than 2,000 pounds of mackerel. POMPANO AND BLUEFISH catches on Lake Worth Saturday ran almost as heavy as they did Friday, the first day of the run. Billy Dorahush and Fred Rickey took 33 pompano Saturday in about an hour and a half drift fishing with sand fleas north of the Riviera Beach causeway. 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