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May and June Report | Spades and Trout!

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May and June Report | Spades and Trout!

Postby cline » Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:33 am

Fishing has been great the last month and a half. In May many of the charters were run to out to the nearshore reefs where we caught plenty of sheepshead, weakfish, spanish mackeral and towards the end of the month cobia. Fishing inshore was also very productive. Flounder and reds were the primary fish caught with a few trout thrown in the mix. Was beginning to worry about the trout after the cold winter as we would only see a few here and there. That seems to have changed going into June. Have had many double digit days with the trout so far this month. The flounder and reds continue to produce as well. Shrimp are in the creeks and bait is plentiful. Most trout are being caught on live shrimp, reds on pretty much anything now with finger mullet or menhaden being the most productive. Sharks, bluefish and ladyfish are thick in the harbor now. Fished the reefs several times and caught plenty of Spadefish. The weather has been great but very hot this month....the plus side is that the winds have been light for the most part!
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