By Capt. Brylee
Special to the Pioneer
Although the aftermath of Tropical Storm Debby has not quite left the Gulf, and the hot summer days have made the fish and scallops stay in deeper waters; this may not be all bad.
For the fresh water angler the flooding of the rivers has created a lot of backwater areas where bait fish will retrieve to gain some of those bugs they are not normally privy to.
This will cause the bass and brim to gather in areas you may not have noticed when the water levels were low.
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