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Fishing Report March 23rd, 2018

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Fishing Report March 23rd, 2018
Fishing has been up and down what I mean by that is one day you would limit out on Seatrout Even Pompano and lots of Sheepshead and the next day you go back to the same spot and they are gone. The weather is going from warm to cold back to warm, so the water temperature is swinging up to 10 degrees and the fish do not know if they should stay in the backwaters or head onto the flats. The advice I have this week is to fish both start on a spring because the water is warmer and go down shallow water canals fish docks and Mangrove lines if the fish are not there then go to the mouth of the backwater location incase they moved out but not far out,  and if you still do not find them go into the open flats fish in about 4 to 6 feet of water over grass, I recommend drift fishing so you can cover more ground. Seatrout are biting Shrimp and white bait if you can find it. In the backwater you will see plenty of reds & Snook but getting them to eat is another …

Weekly Fishing Report week of 3/5/2018

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Weekly Fishing Report week of 3/5/2018
Seatrout is the fish of the week. A new cold front just moved in and dropped the water temperature a good 10 degrees from 77 to 67 degrees. The Red Fish and Snook bite was on fire just before this last front, but for now they do not want to eat but you will see plenty of them.We tried everything from Greenback, Shrimp and pinfish and nothing.These fish really do not like dramatic temperature change, but I am sure they will be in the mood in the next few days. The good news is the Seatrout & Mangrove Snapper are in the mood to eat and plenty of them all over the place, look for Seatrout in shallow grass beds 2 to 3 feet of water and the Mangrove Snapper near shallow water rock piles and oyster beds. The other good news is we have seen our third Cobia, so just give it a couple more weeks and with one more warm front we are good to go. We are still running into Sheepshead about 4 to 5 miles offshore on shallow rock piles in about 10 feet of wat…