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Discussion in 'Beginner Salmon and Steelhead' started by SnagginSalmon, Sep 29, 2017.

  1. SnagginSalmon

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    Hows the fishing been guys.........I have 25 years on the river & Creeks.. river/drift boat/and lake charters... (full time) Ill help out anyone (well almost anyone...lol) Also down here (Florida) (10 yrs) Inshore/offshore and all the Tarpon you could want...They actually annoy me and I avoid them.
     
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    I used to like the tiny tarpon at the bridges at night.
    10-20 lbs max after that they are just work.
     
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    Early mornings off the Anclote Gulf Pier.... the guys crush them......... they'll hit almost anything .. and a few 100Lbs. ers rolling .. the water is cooling down now and they'll be gone soon
     
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    Just before get a hold of me and ill tell you whats going on, that time of year....... wading for Trout, Pompano also offshore for Grouper ect.
     
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    Chrome Mistro Nothing like watching the float drop

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    I will be down to fish redfish snook and sea trout what do you use
     
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    Chrome Mistro Nothing like watching the float drop

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    Thats great..... Where abouts? . Ok....... Number one bait for all 3 is live shrimp. If you been down here you already know that. about 4.00 a doz. To find the reds look for the schools of mullet and the reds will be there... (shrimp, cut bait, top water plugs) . Snook will be on the beaches at high tide and around docks. (shrimp, jugs w/ twistertails, top water plugs) Sea Trout.<------MY FAVORITE.. (live shrimp, white and or green jigs, BERKLEY GULP...3" shrimp new penny (color)thats the killer bait jigged sloooowly on the bottom of the grass flats. .... the hour before light till a couple hours after are the most important.......evenings into dark are ok too but mornings (shore and boat) always worked best for me. as far a using a top water plug........ red and white Mirro Lure ...useally ONLY works the hour before light till about an hour after light.... then switch to bait........I always carry 2 rods one set up for bait and the other artificial.........Tarpon will be about done and outa here.....Access to a boat inshore? fish around the crab traps early morning incomming tide......can get insane all the scent of the baited traps attracks everything.. 3-9 feet of water ... another month Silver Trout will be here also.....crazy fishing 11082497_10206617461460069_8843810665777843363_n.jpg and good eating
     

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