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Old 05-26-2015, 06:30 PM   #1
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I've been fishing inshore for awhile now and I was on a really good bite until all this rain moved in . Now I can't seem to find the trout or the redfish only lady fish . I hate those lady fish they tear up your leader line so bad . So if anyone has seen any fish let me know cause this is getting frustrating . I'm also wondering if these storms moved the fish deeper or made them less active . If you have any advice let me know thanks
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I have fish in the freezer, want to come over and catch a few??? My wife might throw them to you
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Catfish and Sea Robins where still here yesterday. If your into Catfish and Sea Robin.
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Catfish and Sea Robins where still here yesterday. If your into Catfish and Sea Robin.

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A series of these books came out when I was in HS (early 90's). THe author was a local outdoor writer for the Tampa Tribune while I was growing up. Take a look, you may find something helpful. Pretty good reads as I recall.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Redfish-Bo.../dp/0936513128

http://www.amazon.com/Trout-Book-Com...+fishing+books
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:23 PM   #6
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Catfish and Sea Robins where still here yesterday. If your into Catfish and Sea Robin.
Thanks unfortunately I'm not in to catfish and the sea Robbin just freaks me out with its little leg things
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A series of these books came out when I was in HS (early 90's). THe author was a local outdoor writer for the Tampa Tribune while I was growing up. Take a look, you may find something helpful. Pretty good reads as I recall.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Redfish-Bo.../dp/0936513128

http://www.amazon.com/Trout-Book-Com...+fishing+books
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You already know the answer. yes...the rain pushed the fish out of the shallower spots to a bit deeper and saltier water, remember fresh water is lighter than salt and floats on top till it's diluted.

Try backing off your spots to nearby deeper water.
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Well sir. The Robins I caught were from 3 to 5 inches. So I'd need an Exacto Knife and Tweezers to prep them. Then cook them over a wooden match.
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