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Pensacola Report: Hurricane Ida & its Potential Impact on the Local Fishery

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Duration: 12:38
On today's episode we talk with Brant Peacher of AnglerUp with Brant out of Pensacola, FL. He gives us some info on the local impact of Cat 4 Hurricane Ida that made landfall in Louisiana yesterday evening. We also talk about the positive things that can happen in the gulf both before and especially
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On today's episode we talk with Brant Peacher of AnglerUp with Brant out of Pensacola, FL. He gives us some info on the local impact of Cat 4 Hurricane Ida that made landfall in Louisiana yesterday evening. We also talk about the positive things that can happen in the gulf both before and especially after a storm of this size passes close to the area. It sounds like we are moving into somewhat of a fall pattern but right now the influx of fresh water into the bay system has the water pretty dirty, so things will need to clear up a bit before the fish cooperate. Mangrove snapper inshore along with redfish, big Jacks & Spanish on the beach were all on fire before Ida showed up. Now we will just have to see how the fishery was impacted and adjust accordingly. Stay aware if you decide to fish by boat after the storm, debris can be hard to see in the water, even days after the weather has cleared.
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