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re: Surf Fishing. Any advice? - computerguy
I like something you can cast as far as possible. For bait fishing use a 2+ ounce sinker on a Carolina rig. Bring a cast net for live bait or stop at a local bait shop. Another favorite is a 1-2 ounce acme kastmaster spoon. Tip it with shrimp or cut fish. It casts a mile. For some good old...
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re: places to stay near La Provence in Lacombe - computerguy
Fountainbleu state park has camps to rent on the lake. Park is nice with nice nature trails. It is a nice alternative to consider. (At least the did 10 years back) Also suggest the mandeville lakefront area if there is anything in that area. Like a poster mentioned they might have a bed and...
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re: Lafayette Area Fishing (Public Launches, Bayous, and Lakes) - computerguy
Little Alabama River: I fished this area in college and the area was an excellent bream fishing spot. There were many lay downs along the river if you put a worm or cricket next to the trees you would end up with some fish. ...
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re: Bayou Pierre (Port Gibson, MS) White Bass Run is On.... - computerguy
that looks like fun....
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re: Bass fishing the Chef - computerguy
Another thing that works great back in the ponds is to catch finger mullet, then nose hook them and toss them out weightless and just reel them in slowly. ...
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re: Bass fishing the Chef - computerguy
Go back in the marsh a bit anywhere around there. Look for the standard structure like channels, grass lines, drop offs, points, deep bends.... Throw beetle spins, ribbon tail worms, buzz baits (as well as anything you like) I find the bass tend to like the marsh and will feed in the ponds on...
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re: Any of you do any sacalait fishing out of pirogue? - computerguy
Works great if you are fishing structure you can get right on top of the fish since the smaller boats are so quiet. Like someone mentioned earlier wind is always going to make things a bit more difficult. One thing I do is tie a short piece of rope to my leg and on the other end I have a heavy...
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re: Fishing Bayou Lacombe at Lake P - computerguy
As stated bass fishing in the bayou is fair and fish can be caught around the mouth of the lake. Around the mouth of the lake I had some decent luck drifting with small tube jigs tipped with shrimp. No big fish but you can pick up a mixed catch of croakers, channel cats, specks, small reds, an...
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re: Meanwhile.... in Florida - computerguy
I live in central Florida and the range of the local population seems to be the lower 1/3 of the state. From what I have read they are sensitive to the cold and can't make it very far north in Florida in the winter. To my knowledge this is why they haven't migrated north or taken hold across th...
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re: Best bank fishing spots - computerguy
Bank fishing on Ponchatrain can be done but there aren't many spots that will work with consistency. I would strongly suggest going the Highway 1 route. Good luck....
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re: Bass Fishing - Suggest a brand/type of plastic lizard - computerguy
I will try inserting nails - one of the issues with a bullet weight is that the nose digs under the grass and catches - with a nail the back would be heavy and hopefully put a slight lift on the nose ...
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re: Bass Fishing - Suggest a brand/type of plastic lizard - computerguy
For the Biffle O Lizard - do the feet have 'paddles' if so this looks like it would make a lot of action?...
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re: Bass Fishing - Suggest a brand/type of plastic lizard - computerguy
Those larger sized lizards look like something I will also pick up. That bigger body and size will certainly cast well. ...
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re: Bass Fishing - Suggest a brand/type of plastic lizard - computerguy
It sounds like the salt adds weight? To be honest I never paid much attention to salt vs no salt. --- Janky I will look into a custom pour - my need is fairly specific so this might be the best route --- --- CamdenTiger - I will pickup a bag of the zoom with salt next time i see them. -...
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re: Bass Fishing - Suggest a brand/type of plastic lizard - computerguy
I can put a small weight at times and get away with it. (heaviest i can use is a 1/4 but i typically just use a 1/32) Area i fish has torpedo grass which is very thick and wire like. If the bait drops down in it it tends to get stuck and is a pain to fetch out. If the bait is weightless it wil...
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Bass Fishing - Suggest a brand/type of plastic lizard - computerguy
Looking for a suggestion for a brand / type of plastic lizard to throw. The highest priority for the bait is being heavy so I can cast it as far as possible while fishing it weightless. The lizards I have are all very light and I cannot cast them as far as other baits like a 10" (thick bodied) w...
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re: Neatest fish you've caught/seen caught in Lake P - computerguy
ihometiger - can you offer details on the hammerhead story this is a first in lake P for me I am interested ...
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re: Neatest fish you've caught/seen caught in Lake P - computerguy
Late 90's we were catching grey snapper on Irish Bayou. Sturgeon occasionally get caught at south point where the train bridge hits the south shore. Tarpon at the mouth of Iris Bayou and the dredge holes outside of the Sauvauge refuge....
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re: Clearwater, FL shore/bay fishing - computerguy
http://myfwc.com/license/recreational/saltwater-fishing/shoreline-faqs/ Nonresidents Nonresidents must purchase a 3-day, 7-day or annual nonresident saltwater fishing license when saltwater fishing from the shore or a pier, bridge or jetty attached to the shore unless fishing on a pier with a pi...
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re: Clearwater, FL shore/bay fishing - computerguy
Fish the pass between Sand Key and Clearwater beach. On the north side of the pass there is a parking lot, you can park there and walk down to the jetty. Snook and Sheephead will be cruising along the rocks. Live bait out deeper can produce snook, and is good fishing even from the shore. Eit...
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