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|06-09-2019, 11:28 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2019
Fishing the 3-mile
Any advice for fishing the 3-mile bridge in the late afternoon/early evening prior to sunset? I was planning on fishing live shrimp. Should I be overly concerned about the current under the bridge (from a safety perspective)?
|06-09-2019, 08:06 PM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2013
My suggestion is to drive over the bridge and look at the water first. I don't normally fish open water if wind is forecast to go over 10 mph just not worth it to me. When your out there be prepared to leave if the wind picks up especially from the the east or southeast. The current/tide can be a factor especially if it and the wind are going same direction. I've been out there in the early days in a paddle boat and I don't suggest that especially if wind is up. I also don't normally expect a lot to happen out there until after dark. Have fun there can be a lot of action some nights.
Hobie PA 14,
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