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Author Topic: Sheepies and pomps  (Read 1065 times)

starsandstripes

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Sheepies and pomps
« on: December 22, 2017, 10:59:21 AM »
Went last Sunday, managed to put two sexy pomps in the cooler on crabs. But is anyone gonna fish Christmas Eve? And is anyone still catching inshore snapper? (Keepers)



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Re: Sheepies and pomps
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2017, 11:13:24 PM »
Wow, you really tied into them! I'm new to the area, and still learning, so I only kept this guy plus a few grunts that day:



All of them came in on small live shrimp.

Yesterday was quite a bit better: between my sweetie and me, we tossed back ~40 grunts, 6 small gags, 3 ladyfish, a sailor's choice, and a couple of margates. Most of those were on live shrimp, and about a quarter hit day-old dead ones - but the most interesting thing was when I started pitching Gulp 3" shrimp (Nuclear chicken color): that's when the ladyfish and most of the gags came up.

That kind of action has got me thinking that I like this Florida fishing thing, and want more of it. ;)

 



 

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