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User: steven_scheck
Comment: When fishing seagulls by boat, go up wind or up current and drift along the side of the action, using a DOA in my eye is highly effective. The use of Doa off the rocks in Galv. beachfront 5-6ft under a cajan cork. in moving tide is a winning bet
Date: 08/16/09 04:01 PM

User: bassprochuck
Comment: FUn always but best when you can find them schooling! Cast a Cocoho minnow through the school with a moderate retrieve and hang on. Watch for flocking sea gulls and cast under them.
Date: 05/25/09 06:23 PM

User: bigjim
Comment: This is one of my favorites to fish for and catch. My favorite technique is trolling where we have caught them up to 9 pounds. However, the best bait around here seems to be live finger mullet. It is not nearly as much fun as casting jigs or mirrorlures but the average fish is usually larger.

Still, catching a hundred or more smaller ones in an afternoon on a jig is fun that is hard to beat.
Date: 03/10/09 08:37 PM

User: feaster
Comment: Spots are fun fish to catch.
The lure of choice is DOA 1/4oz glow shrimp . tos this on any grass flat and if their is a trout their it will soon be on your hook . 50+ fish days are common where i fish . The largest I've caught was 11 pounds . what a gator
Date: 05/19/08 03:14 PM

User: ezzej
Comment: I like cashing yellow mouths with pink corkeys lures and at night with glow lures
Date: 05/06/08 06:54 PM

User: rcoulter
Comment: Spotted Seatrout are one of the most sought after species for inland saltwater fish. We saw a 8.1 pound Spotted seatrout caught this weekend. They put up a good fight
Date: 04/29/08 08:45 AM

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