I decided not to fish Saturday because of the weather forecast, but I still wake up in early. My inner clock does not allow me to sleep late. I check radar and everything looks clear, except out to the west near Surfside Texas. Oh well, an opportunity lost, I thought.

Deciding to go for a early morning walk along the beach, the rains came just as I got to the beach. It lasted for a hour, dropping 1 inch of precipitation right on top of Jamaica Beach. It became widespread along the coast of Galveston.

Capt. David Dillman is a columnist for The Daily News. Report your catch to reel.report@galvnews.com or call 409-683-5273.

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Gary Miller

SAT. AM TC dike, 2 mile tee head, Cast netters first cast, one finger mullet and one 22 inch flounder.

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