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Old 04-01-2010, 10:20 AM   #1
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Default Favorite Bay/Beach Fish to Eat

I deliberately excluded cobia and kings because of their limited access for non-boaters. My list goes: Flounder, Black Drum, Redfish, Whiting, Spanish Mackeral, Sheepshead, Shark, Pompano, Bluefish, and then Speckled Trout.
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Wow spanish before pompano!?! but hey its your opinion. All the black drum i get are full of worms.

I'd say Pompano, flounder, black snapper, whiting, redfish, spanish and the rest is the same
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All the black drum I have ever caught are between 18-25" and I have never once seen a single worm.
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Really? Thats about the size range I usually get and it doesn't matter if they are from the surf or bayou I haven't got one without that I can remember. I bet if you start looking hard enough you will find them.
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covertfisherman (4/1/2010)All the black drum I have ever caught are between 18-25" and I have never once seen a single worm.


Really? Thats about the size range I usually get and it doesn't matter if they are from the surf or bayou I haven't got one without that I can remember. I bet if you start looking hard enough you will find them.


That is true of pretty much every fish, on down to bream. If I can't see them, they aren't there as far as I am concerned for table fare. Most of them I have caught have been off of Bob Sikes or the Tpier.
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covertfisherman (4/1/2010)All the black drum I have ever caught are between 18-25" and I have never once seen a single worm.
Really? Thats about the size range I usually get and it doesn't matter if they are from the surf or bayou I haven't got one without that I can remember. I bet if you start looking hard enough you will find them.
That is true of pretty much every fish, on down to bream. If I can't see them, they aren't there as far as I am concerned for table fare. Most of them I have caught have been off of Bob Sikes or the Tpier.
Yeah I'm the same way, if I do see them even tho i know they are completely harmless I won't eat them and I'd feel worse serving them to friends and family. Really sucks when you break your back on an AJ only to get home and see a ton or worms in the meat:banghead
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