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10-Jan-2020 23:45

Fishing from shore, any info would be welcome, I can't get past the blue crabs. not sure why you would do that as breaking strength of 20lb won't hold up to pressure of 100lb.

If you thinking grouper, your running line needs to be approx. But most folks use a blood knot to make connection.

Also I have seen several different brands that you have used, What do you recommend? don't know impact to inlet but generally, our inlet is ok.

Watch out for a full moon low tide with a strong southerly wind.

Truthfully we have learned not to give our opinion on questions regarding Bluefin as the rules are so ambiguous and nebulous and subject to interpretation by the Marine Fisheries folks that I suggest you contact them direct.

It's a simple question and a simple answer, but like I said, I have learned not to speak for them. The inshore captains have been in and out of town chasing other critters. Live shrimp floated under a cork will find the bite and soft plastics in white or chartreuse color patterns will work trolled slowly or jigged near any structure like creek mouths, end of docks, and along scattered oyster bottoms.

Need a fast sink net that you can laaunch out in front of your boat Pogies will get scarace in Novemeber but we will see increased schools of cigars and boston mackerel.

Guess I will have to look hard to find a few more fish in the next few days. As long as the wind has north to it, it will be flat along the beach front, so I would net me some pogies and get out in front of Long Beach Pier or yaupon, and catch me a October kingfish in July/August. Once the wind moves more east, it will be less favorable but still fishable right along the beach.Once water gets higher into the grass, bait and fish start to spread out.As far as the OIB bridge goes, the black drum bite has been hit or miss there lately.The clearer the water the further back from the ball, typically 25 yards. Not sure how they feel about 30 , but if swell not too bad getting out the inlet, you could hug the beach off the big hill, Yaupon, or Oceancrest and maybe get bit.I plan on hitting the water tomorrow by the cherry grove boat ramp, any suggestions on spots, set up and best things to try.

Guess I will have to look hard to find a few more fish in the next few days. As long as the wind has north to it, it will be flat along the beach front, so I would net me some pogies and get out in front of Long Beach Pier or yaupon, and catch me a October kingfish in July/August. Once the wind moves more east, it will be less favorable but still fishable right along the beach.Once water gets higher into the grass, bait and fish start to spread out.As far as the OIB bridge goes, the black drum bite has been hit or miss there lately.The clearer the water the further back from the ball, typically 25 yards. Not sure how they feel about 30 , but if swell not too bad getting out the inlet, you could hug the beach off the big hill, Yaupon, or Oceancrest and maybe get bit.I plan on hitting the water tomorrow by the cherry grove boat ramp, any suggestions on spots, set up and best things to try.I use a different knot[a Steve Shook knot] but would have to demonstrate.