north florida - suwannee river

By: marsHen , 10:35 AM GMT on May 18, 2012

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05:50, 65F. foggy. roosters crowing, songbirds singing. doo-dah.. dixie at back door.. oatmeal.
09:30, high tide on suwannee river. salt tide coming in. water temps: 27C, 79F. probably cooler on the bottom of the river. we trawled in an area deeper than 7 meters (22'). air temps upper 70's, wind NE, 5-7 knts. did mostly trawls. low catches, YOY sand trout, whiting.. and both salt and fresh water catfish, anchovies, mojarra, some blue crabs, plus a juvenile gray snapper and a flounder (Par. lethostigma.) sunny, but chilly when running. water felt warm. wildlife scarce today. river very pretty and green..
16:00, low 80's at the farm. took a nap. woke up ready to do chores! got 2 eggs. NE breeze.
20:40, 76F, calm. stars coming out. venus low in the NW.

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About marsHen

marine biologist around the Suwannee River delta. Raise Cracker sheep on an old Cracker farm ~ 12 mi. (as the crow flies) from the Gulf.