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If you like your sludge metal candy coated with power pop, then Torche is your band. They’re Floridians, they’re amazing live, they’re on tour (3 shows in FL next week), they have a new album out on 4/24, and they’re bad ass. Make your way over to torcheband.blogspot.com to check tour dates. You’re very welcome.
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Khiem turned a live shrimp into this healthy soul grouper this past Saturday in an impromptu late afternoon wade session near downtown Dunedin with a falling tide. So multicultural. Ben and I managed to molest a couple smaller trout to round out the short trip. If any females out there want to talk to Khiem about what he uses as far as hair products go or to see if he’d like to return your t-shirt just email us for his pager number.
I hadn’t been fishing since my last time checking in. Due to personal, work, and weather issues I had been forced to remain landlocked half of January and the entire month of February. Needless to say I was getting very antsy to get a line wet and hopefully catch some fish. Reds preferably but after being gone from the gulf for so long, I wasn’t gonna be picky by any means.
We set a date for Saturday the 10th, out of Cedar Key. We debated whether we should go to Horseshoe Beach because there was a wind advisory warning on the west coast starting in Levy County and working its way southward. Horseshoe happens to be in Dixie County, which would have been out of the wind advisory area but not out of the wind by any means. I prefer Cedar Key due to my past experiences with redfish so we made the executive decision to head there. The tides were pretty shitty, a 9 am low with a 2:50 pm high. The moon was full the prior evening, so we knew the tides would be extreme. The wind was not playing around either. It was blowing about 15 to 20 mph. I knew this would be the case prior to going, but I felt if I had to wait for the weather to be alright I might never go again. Read more..