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Old 02-14-2018, 05:33 PM
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Well gents, the trout are still biting. All on artificials. Pretty much the same thing as last time, bumping bottom into deeper water around structure...losing a pile of jig heads along the way. Another fairly short trip with great results. Tossed a couple big girls back and caught a fist full of shorts too. One tip is, go up river to catch trout. We were 4-6 miles inshore from the ICW as the crow flies. https://youtu.be/7kDJWGtIqMk
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Whack and stack
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Quite the bag 'o fish. Congrats
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Good job, man. We are going to give them a try this coming Saturday. I found some 59-60 degree water up a creek about a week and a half ago, but no luck with live shrimp on a carolina rig. Hoping it has come up a little more in temp, so thought we would try either the Turtle river up around Oak Island or up the South Brunswick past 95 and 303.
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