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Some friends and I went out to Navarre yesterday. We started around 1pm and fished til 10pm. The first 2 hours were slow but it picked up nicely after that. We were using peeled shrimp...a good number of drum were released due to FULL coolers! Here's the kept fish...

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Dang son...that was a haul!!! Good job!
 

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Some friends and I went out to Navarre yesterday. We started around 1pm and fished til 10pm. The first 2 hours were slow but it picked up nicely after that. We were using peeled shrimp...a good number of drum were released due to FULL coolers! Here's the kept fish...

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that`s a nice pile of fish right there, well done. I was out fishing a little off of dauphin island that day, but got absolutely skunked, not even a bite. Hard to believe.

I was wondering why people use peeled shrimp... to me that just sounds retarded. Next thing will be marinating in a vinaigrette or something, but hey, it clearly works. Any ideas as to why? It just doesn`t make sense to me.
 

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A peeled shrimp puts off a nice aroma...I guess. I don't have a good answer for you. My grandpa taught me to peel my shrimp and it's worked ever since. Live shrimp, I leave alive. Dead shrimp, I'm peeling them. A peeled shrimp is so much easier to thread onto a hook too.

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PompStomp said:
Are those (5) Red Snappers and (4) Black Snappers?





I am new to the surf fishing here.





Do you peel the entire shrimp with plastic gloves on your hands in case you get hungry out there?
I like the taste of dried bait on my food. I keep the beer in the same cooler as the fish too. Nothin like yummy fish-slime beer...


The longer, bronze colored ones are redfish. The ones in the middle are black drum.

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