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Got out for a few hours today and hit the Mid-Bay Bridge. Water was muddy with a surface temp of 51. Fished in 35' of water and ended up with 4 Sheepies, 3 Black Drum and 2 over slot reds.



 

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Was using Willapa Bay Canned Oysters. Chummed with the bridge banacles. Was a little slower than usual...think the salinity is low from all the rain.
 

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chaps (2/22/2010)How do you keep oysters on your hook?
A small piece of Pantyhose wrapped around works well with the oysters with no mussle or toughness to it.
 

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i would start the north or south side of the channel bumpers.. Pitch as close as you can towards the structure with braid line preferably and wait for the bite.. i prefer J-hooks..
 

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karma (2/28/2010)i would start the north or south side of the channel bumpers.. Pitch as close as you can towards the structure with braid line preferably and wait for the bite.. i prefer J-hooks..
Could'nt word it better myself...this is the deepest area.
 

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chaps (2/22/2010)How do you keep oysters on your hook?
I have used clams while fishing on the east coast and they stay on the hook pretty good. I would try some littleneck clams if they can make it past the stove:hungry Awesome catch finz..... you need to get some action pics of those sheepies when the water clears up:takephoto
 
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