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You don’t even have to ask – “exasperbaited” ain’t a word. Ain’t ain’t a word neither, and we’re using that one, too. Since “exasperated” means “to have made one extremely annoyed” or “have made one angered”, the definition to our new word, exasperbaited, means “to get extremely ticked off by the lack of bait offshore.”
Sure, Capt. Kevin and Capt. Scott may be P-Oed, but hey, the world got a new word out of it, so that’s something.
But the good news is that the temps keep rising, the water’s getting a bit better, and fish are getting caught inshore, on the beach, and offshore, too. Want to know if the trend continues? Check out this week’s forecast.