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Old 05-12-2014, 12:33 PM   #1
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What affect will all the fresh water in the bay have on the snapper fishing?I was thinking about coming down first weekend in june.
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Send me your gps #'s and I'll check them for you before you come down.
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I went and checked a couple spot I have in the bay that hold snapper and grouper and couldn't buy a bite. Was marking tons of fish the just wouldn't eat what I was offering. They tend to prefer live bait and I only had cigsicles

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yea i figure all the fresh water would affect them.
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It's pretty much shut down right now! Hope it doesn't last too long...
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It's pretty much shut down right now! Hope it doesn't last too long...
If this guy isn't catching em there no point in even trying . Lol though I'm kinda glad to know it just isn't me

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Went Sunday afternoon to check one of my spots. I was curious about what all the rain would do to the bay bottom fishing as well. They were biting good, and were quality fish! Shame they couldn't go in the cooler, but they are still here and biting.

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Went Sunday afternoon to check one of my spots. I was curious about what all the rain would do to the bay bottom fishing as well. They were biting good, and were quality fish! Shame they couldn't go in the cooler, but they are still here and biting.

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What kind of bait where you using? If you don't mind me asking .

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Cut Menhaden, that's my dead bait of choice. I prefer live baits as well, but was too lazy to catch any.
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