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Thanks Cole, stoked somebody finally went fishing again!

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Originally posted by: Cole

Weird. Bait and birds everywhere, but very few fish being caught. And holy shark! The place was swarming with them. A guy plunked a bait next to the north jetty and hooked a solid Bull, which he eventually got to the beach. Another guy on the south side said they were getting sharks every other cast with bucktails at night on outgoing for pretty much the entire month of December.



We ended up with a Blue, a 29 inch Red and a 25.5 inch snook, all on cut Threadfin Herring. The snook lit up for a guy using live Pig fish right at dark on the beginning of incoming, unfortunately, our bait died - hence the cut bait - before the fish got interested. All the action was at the base of the south jetty at the beginning of incoming.


I went the first really cold day we had with hard NW winds, 2-3 weeks ago. Caught 1 keeper flounder on a mud minnow, a big pompano on a jing inside the inlet near the filet station and loads of blues and mackeral outside south jetty. Was on my boat trying all over. Havent been fishing since. I figured the brown/grey water would be sharky.

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The weird silty water is very strange? Is there something going on in the river?
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It's been wonky since that dredging project.

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 12/27/2019 10:42 AM
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Yes, the silt. I figured that would have ebbed and flowed itself away by now, guess not.
 12/29/2019 06:29 AM
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Wow, this Xmas break has been terrible for me. Weather has been trash. Was going to hit the surf to fish but now we have a heavy southerly push, usually makes fishing bad. What's with the southerly flow in December??

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 12/29/2019 08:32 AM
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Originally posted by: HAPDigital

Wow, this Xmas break has been terrible for me. Weather has been trash. Was going to hit the surf to fish but now we have a heavy southerly push, usually makes fishing bad. What's with the southerly flow in December??


I have been thinking the same thing. It's nearly January 1 and we have constant flow out of the tropics?

And speaking of strange, was there even a run of flounder this year?
 12/29/2019 10:16 AM
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The flounder have been there since November but they are really small, only a few door mats in the mix.

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 12/30/2019 06:10 AM
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Cool you got a snook on the cutbait, no mangroves!?

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Originally posted by: stokedpanda

Cool you got a snook on the cutbait, no mangroves!?


Mangrove bite at the inlet is heavy in the summer. Can even get muttons if you know where. I'm not telling...

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Originally posted by: stokedpanda

Cool you got a snook on the cutbait, no mangroves!?


Yea, I was surprised too. lol

Most of the bait was big; full sized Thread Fin, Menhaden, Pilchards. The smaller snook and Reds were following the Blues as they minced the bait that was too big for them to eat. I've caught some monster Reds in the 40 to 50 inch range by fishing beneath the marauding schools of Blues.

Giving it a go again today.
 12/30/2019 06:32 PM
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That was a bust. Too much fresh water from the canal and the most No-see-ums I have ever seen anywhere in the world. OH MY GOD!
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Originally posted by: Cole

That was a bust. Too much fresh water from the canal and the most No-see-ums I have ever seen anywhere in the world. OH MY GOD!


All Xmas break I was thinking I should go but didn't. I even got a ton of pompano rigs and lures from family for xmas. Glad I stayed at home.

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It was 80 degrees at 8 PM. I don't think the fish quite know what to do when the temperatures are 10 degrees above normal and the amount of fresh water is equal to that of summer.
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OMG we are getting more south winds. South winds are a spring thang. WTF?

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Two snook last night, both in slot size, but would have been released anyway. Drifted palm sized Pilchards for an hour at dark with only one hit. The snook came on a bucktail and a Bomber after dark. The guys are the end of the south were chucking big Striper lures and getting a few monster snook.

The skilled guys were getting some good Sheepshead around the rocks - bits of clam, Sandfleas, but the Blues, Reds and even Jack were nonexistent. Tom in the bait shop said there was an all-time run of Pompano four days ago. I didn't see a single one caught yesterday.

Two guys were flipping small mullet by the steel, never saw them get a flounder.... or a hit for that matter.

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Now we have the Southerly flow in January.
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Yikes all the wind should slow down by Monday /Tuesday. Still going to try a little beach fishing high tide this morning let's see what happens.
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The good ol brown south mush. Come get yer catfeeesh....




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Some big snook; north side, incoming, by the old cleaning table on bucktails.
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Night or light? Looks like we finally got our big North frontal push. I'm hoping this kicks up the flounder, pompano and everything else. I will not be targeting snook until they open up next month.

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Right at dark. These were way to big to keep, but I let them all go, even in season, so...

A guy was fishing with dink mullet and never got a hit in the 1.5 hours I was near him.

The grody huge Drum were there for the bottom people. No interest what-so-ever.
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hahah grody drum aka slime balls or big uglies! Nice job on the snook, I have yet to get an inlet snook on anything but live bait.

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Originally posted by: stokedpanda

hahah grody drum aka slime balls or big uglies! Nice job on the snook, I have yet to get an inlet snook on anything but live bait.


Use tiny ass flash jigs. You'll be amazed at the size of the fish that will hit them.

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hahah grody drum aka slime balls or big uglies! Nice job on the snook, I have yet to get an inlet snook on anything but live bait.




Use tiny ass flash jigs. You'll be amazed at the size of the fish that will hit them.


I've gotten three snook in the 36 to 40 inch range on Pilchards. Quite the fight on the Summer Flounder setup.

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Originally posted by: HAPDigital



Originally posted by: stokedpanda







hahah grody drum aka slime balls or big uglies! Nice job on the snook, I have yet to get an inlet snook on anything but live bait.








Use tiny ass flash jigs. You'll be amazed at the size of the fish that will hit them.




I've gotten three snook in the 36 to 40 inch range on Pilchards. Quite the fight on the Summer Flounder setup.


Yeah i love small bait and lures, light tackle. I catch my biggest fish on them. Jumped a GIANT tarpon 3-4 jumps on a gotcha plug. Good fight until he broke the tiny thin hooks lol


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Yep, inshore I just use artificials.... may not catch as many fish, but I have alot more fun in the process. btw, Tarpon like those storm paddle tail swim baits... look just like a pogy and swim awesome... too bad everything else with sharp teeth does too
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Originally posted by: Plan B

Yep, inshore I just use artificials.... may not catch as many fish, but I have alot more fun in the process. btw, Tarpon like those storm paddle tail swim baits... look just like a pogy and swim awesome... too bad everything else with sharp teeth does too


Yeah man. I bought some of those expensive Hoagy baits and they get chomped by blues and mackerel. No way to replace plastic. It sucks.

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The Blues were nipping the tails off my Storm swimmers, so I switched to bucktails and never got a hit. Needless to say, the second day of snook season (didn't know the season opened and wondered why in the hell it was so packed on Super Bowl Sunday) wasn't all that...

Saw a couple keepers caught out of 10,000 casts made, thought I wouldn't expect a whole lot more with the water approaching 60 degrees. We ended up with a little flounder, a Blue, some chewed up baits and couple solid misses on Mojarra.
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Fished the surf yesterday, got a whiting and a small mackerel. My friend got some nice sheepies and a bucket full of nice palometas. Water is cleaned up but it is now muy frio.

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How do the Palometas taste?

I walked Cocoa beach with the Pomp jig and never got a hit. The water looked perfect too. Bruce Reagan got some nice Pompano, but I can't divulge where or he won't make my surfboards anymore.

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How do the Palometas taste?



I walked Cocoa beach with the Pomp jig and never got a hit. The water looked perfect too. Bruce Reagan got some nice Pompano, but I can't divulge where or he won't make my surfboards anymore.


LOL no worries pomps move around. They taste a lot like pompano, not as rich and buttery.

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This seems to be the only thread going so I'll add here. I am going to start taking my 1 yr old down to the beach during the evenings. I might as well get a line in the water while I'm at it. Does any sort of cut bait work? I doubt I'll be able to throw a buck tail or any type of lure with a 1yr old on my hip. Any suggestions would be great.
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Pomps like sandfleas, clams and shrimp (shrimp and clams for the whiting)... clams stay on the hook the best
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Originally posted by: TATTOO74

This seems to be the only thread going so I'll add here. I am going to start taking my 1 yr old down to the beach during the evenings. I might as well get a line in the water while I'm at it. Does any sort of cut bait work? I doubt I'll be able to throw a buck tail or any type of lure with a 1yr old on my hip. Any suggestions would be great.


Cut bait could get blues, sharks, maybe a red. I would go with "plan b" and get the double hook pompano rig and use small bits of shrimp or clam and maybe a piece of fish bites.

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Thanks boys! I'll keep ya updated if I catch anything.
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I go with the "just catch something method." Cut bait for the scent and trash fish, and clams and fresh cut shrimp for the tasty ones.

I put out four rods with cut mullet the other day and the chaos from the Blues kept the teenagers sprinting up and down the beach. Pure fun.
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Originally posted by: Cole I go with the "just catch something method." Cut bait for the scent and trash fish, and clams and fresh cut shrimp for the tasty ones. I put out four rods with cut mullet the other day and the chaos from the Blues kept the teenagers sprinting up and down the beach. Pure fun.
LOL... he's gonna watch 4 rods and a 1 yr old at the same time?... let alone carry all that shit

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Originally posted by: Plan B

Originally posted by: Cole

I go with the "just catch something method." Cut bait for the scent and trash fish, and clams and fresh cut shrimp for the tasty ones.



I put out four rods with cut mullet the other day and the chaos from the Blues kept the teenagers sprinting up and down the beach. Pure fun.


LOL... he's gonna watch 4 rods and a 1 yr old at the same time?... let alone carry all that shit


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Fish-n-Mate baby seat rod holder attachment for beach carts. I invented it, just now.

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Originally posted by: Cole

Originally posted by: Plan B



Originally posted by: Cole



I go with the "just catch something method." Cut bait for the scent and trash fish, and clams and fresh cut shrimp for the tasty ones.







I put out four rods with cut mullet the other day and the chaos from the Blues kept the teenagers sprinting up and down the beach. Pure fun.




LOL... he's gonna watch 4 rods and a 1 yr old at the same time?... let alone carry all that shit [IMG][/IMG]




I used to walk up hill both ways in the snow to get to school. I guess we are just a tougher generation. [IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-happy.gif" border="0[/IMG]


Holy sh*t that was pretty fricken funny!
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We have snook and croaker on the beach already. On the minus side, the sharks are here with them; lots of sharks.

I bet inlet is blowing up.
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Originally posted by: Cole We have snook and croaker on the beach already. On the minus side, the sharks are here with them; lots of sharks. I bet inlet is blowing up.
Grab a surfrod and a big topwater plug you dont mind losing .... we cant surf fish up here ... havent got 1 pompano this year

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Mojarra are packed into the inlet; snook, jacks and reds are making the most of them. There are some weeds flowing through, but it is fish able.
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Originally posted by: Cole

Mojarra are packed into the inlet; snook, jacks and reds are making the most of them. There are some weeds flowing through, but it is fish able.


Nice!

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