Capt. Jamie Rushing used a lure with a loud metal rattle called a Clackin' Rap to catch this big speckled trout. “That’s a nice fish anytime of the year,” said Rushing, who operates a charter boat company.
Capt. Jamie Rushing used a lure with a loud metal rattle called a Clackin' Rap to catch this big speckled trout. “That’s a nice fish anytime of the year,” said Rushing, who operates a charter boat company. Mike Marsh
Capt. Jamie Rushing used a lure with a loud metal rattle called a Clackin' Rap to catch this big speckled trout. “That’s a nice fish anytime of the year,” said Rushing, who operates a charter boat company. Mike Marsh

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September 11, 2014 01:40 AM

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