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07-17-2019 07:03 AM
otis1993 Congrats on your nephew's 1st shark. Hopefully the first of many more to come.
07-13-2019 03:44 PM
sharkchum Glad you got a few

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07-13-2019 10:04 AM
Jakekirk Well it turned into a pretty good day (for me anyways). Caught a small black drum, a sheepshead, some hard heads and 5 sharks. My dad and nephew ended up tagging along and my nephew was all excited to catch his first shark.
07-12-2019 10:33 AM
Jakekirk
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If you have a 4x4, go west about a mile past Lil' Stubby and fish with cut mullet. Bring a cast net, the mullet are about 10' from the beach feeding on the algae growing on the clay. Cast your line into the second gut, that's where the reds have been feeding. It's a falling tide all day, but the strongest movement will be between 2pm and 6pm. When the tide falls, the mullet will leave the clay and head to deeper water and the reds will be waiting for them.

Thanks for the info. I rally appreciate any help i can get.
07-12-2019 10:31 AM
Jakekirk lol I'll keep it in mind. Thanks
07-12-2019 10:25 AM
sharkchum I won't be there this weekend because I have a BBQ cook off, but if you come on a weekend I'm there I can show you how it's done. It starts with having the right gear and knowing how to use it. After that you just open the lid to your ice chest and the fish jump right in.
07-12-2019 10:22 AM
sharkchum If you have a 4x4, go west about a mile past Lil' Stubby and fish with cut mullet. Bring a cast net, the mullet are about 10' from the beach feeding on the algae growing on the clay. Cast your line into the second gut, that's where the reds have been feeding. It's a falling tide all day, but the strongest movement will be between 2pm and 6pm. When the tide falls, the mullet will leave the clay and head to deeper water and the reds will be waiting for them.
07-12-2019 10:21 AM
Jakekirk I was really hoping he would chime in. I searched around last night but ended up falling asleep before finding any good info. lol now that my morning meeting is over onto the important stuff.
07-12-2019 09:54 AM
sometimesfisher Allow me to introduce you to sharkchum, the finest salt and one of the most decent humans I've encountered in this forum. Search TTMB for his threads.

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07-11-2019 07:49 PM
Jakekirk
Fishing before the storm

Since I finally have a chance to go fishing I plan on leaving work by noon tomorrow and heading down to Sargent for the afternoon/evening to fish the surf. I’ve never been to that area before, any pointers/suggestions?

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