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Old 05-30-2019, 08:09 PM   #1
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I’m going to be hanging out with some friends for the next couple weeks in Navarre. They live on the sound and have a dock. Walked it yesterday and there’s lots of trout, redfish, mullet etc... going to be fishing it but was wondering if i should bring a big rod and toss out mullet to try and snag a shark. End of the docks probably about 6-7 foot deep. I could probably cast it into 10-12 foot of water. Would I have a chance of snagging a shark? Have any of y’all done this before?? I’d really appreciate any input!!
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Im going to be hanging out with some friends for the next couple weeks in Navarre. They live on the sound and have a dock. Walked it yesterday and theres lots of trout, redfish, mullet etc... going to be fishing it but was wondering if i should bring a big rod and toss out mullet to try and snag a shark. End of the docks probably about 6-7 foot deep. I could probably cast it into 10-12 foot of water. Would I have a chance of snagging a shark? Have any of yall done this before?? Id really appreciate any input!!

Yes you have a very good chance of catching a shark, just as you described. put it out there and let it soak.... something will pick it up... good luck!
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yup, there's plenty of them in the intercoastal. But if you tie a balloon about 3-5' above your bait, you can lightly toss cast it out and let the wind blow it further out in the deeper waters. g/l
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Yes you have a very good chance of catching a shark, just as you described. put it out there and let it soak.... something will pick it up... good luck!
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