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Salt Marsh Red Drum 4-3-15

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Salt Marsh Red Drum 4-3-15

PostSun Apr 05, 2015 8:29 pm

Headed out Friday for a little fishing north of Charleston and found a few nice fish. The wind was up, the tide was low which gave us a break from the breeze and the tide was flooding. We were using a sliding cork rig which gave us the ability to adjust the bait depth easily without adding length to our leader. I had a circle hooked smelled to our leaders and we were using the mud minnow for bait. We landed a 28", 21" and another 16 in the 16"-14" range. We kept 3 and released the others. The water temp was around 66F. Not a bad day for the first trip of the year in the salt marsh.
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Re: Salt Marsh Red Drum 4-3-15

PostSun Apr 05, 2015 8:37 pm

Sounds like a fun trip! Congrats! :pirate: :pirate:
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Re: Salt Marsh Red Drum 4-3-15

PostSun Aug 30, 2015 5:15 pm

any other recs on catching red drums, I live in north florida, new to fishing.
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Re: Salt Marsh Red Drum 4-3-15

PostTue Sep 01, 2015 7:58 am

Hartwig79 wrote:any other recs on catching red drums, I live in north florida, new to fishing.


Not sure about Florida but check with your local tackle shops

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