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Old 10-29-2012, 10:03 PM   #1
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Thinking about heading out to do a little surf fishing tomorrow, either JB or FP or one of the public accesses "around" there. Low tide will be an hour after sunrise and high tide is a few hours past sunset. Going to throw some sand fleas, shrimp and Menhaden and/or Mullet.

Need a suggestion on what time of the day you think would be best. Would love to nab some Pompano.
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I would fish late evening, last couple hours of incoming tide are usually choice.
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What pound weights are you using?
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What pound weights are you using?

With a north wind the surf will be flat.....
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It hasn't been in Perdido Bay the last few days.
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It hasn't been in Perdido Bay the last few days.

Been slick as glass on the gulf....until you get out about a half mile
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I would fish late evening, last couple hours of incoming tide are usually choice.
2nd that...fleas, fresh peeled dead shrimp...fished w/ as little weight as possible in the holes between sand bars. let us know how you did.

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Thanks guys. I rigged up some rods with pompano rigs, 1/0 circle hooks and 1oz pyramids. Also have a rod with a fish finder/carolina and 1/2oz that I'll rig some mullet or menhaden on (hopefully I can grab some at the texar boat ramp next to Cervantes.)

I checked the Reports section and it seems like a lot of people had decent luck in the mornings too. I think it'll come down to what my brother wants to do, I think he's working tonight, and I hate surf fishing alone.
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Job has been dead the last few days
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fresh peeled dead shrimp...
How the heck do you get those shrimp to stay on a hook? I've tried the peeled shrimp before and usually end up slinging em off the hook.
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