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|06-30-2010, 07:33 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Tides for Pensacola Bay?
Have you had better luck on the incoming, outgoing, or slack tide?
|07-05-2010, 12:40 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Pensacola, FL.
It really depends what you're after, I've been having some luck with specks when the tide is high and just starts flowing out again. When the tide is incoming a few hours before up until just after high tide is generally best for me, especially around inlets into the bayous or little points. I fish the 17th street boat ramp by the trestle alot on incoming tide, little narrow channel but there can be alot of fish moving through there, high tide has had me catching reds, specks and even LOTS of spanish on certain days. Also have some on and off luck with some big black drums, hooked into a monster a few times but have yet to land him its been like a half hour of fighting a swimming boulder. So I guess in general incoming and high tides around certain areas are good, but theres a few species where alot of people have said outgoing is better out in the bay when all the fish move out into the deeper areas.
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