Florida Shoreline Fishing

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Florida Shoreline Fishing

inviting all those who fish from the shore line in and around the coasts of florida

Location: orlando
Members: 16
Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2012

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Hello all, Hope everyone has a great new year. Like most of the people it seems here in Palm Coast, I have recently relocated here from upstate NY. I dont know how or where to fish the shore lines, I…Continue

Started by Scott swart. Last reply by NewAngler Jun 25, 2010.

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Comment by Rex Harris on April 30, 2012 at 6:11pm

Sebastian Inlet is an amazing place to fish.  Personally, I like the south pier/jetty.  Fish beach side for Pompano and inlet side for Snook.  Hard to beat!  Fort Pierce jetty is amazing as well.

Comment by thomas olcott on April 26, 2010 at 6:52am
just love shore line fishing
Comment by Michael Wilkes on March 14, 2010 at 6:23am
I for got to add this link it is for Sebastian Inlet
http://www.sebastianinletcam.com/
Comment by Michael Wilkes on March 14, 2010 at 6:20am
I have heard that Sebastian Inlet in Melbourne is a hot spot for fishing from the jetty and the surf.
Comment by NewAngler on January 3, 2010 at 9:35pm
welcome a warm welcome to Steven cockerill and Scott Swart i add the word" warm" just hoping the weather would become a little more bearable ..lol i went out tonite( jan 03 ) and almost froze my butt off..man its was cold!!! hooked i trout and released it ..ok so much for my talk.
Steve i have found fresh dead shrimp to work best for red fish , but u can aslo try Cut squid, all work for these fish when placed on bottom rigs or drum rigs, which have a single hook and a weight. Larger chunks of cut mullet and menhaden work for the larger drum that may be found in the ocean. Red drum will also take live bait, such as pinfish, spot, and mullet, although whole blue crabs are perhaps the best baits to use in inshore and backwater locations.

Scott i am not aware of the Palm coast area but i am sure they have peers and other spots u can try. Also dont not forget to purchase a fishing license. I will try and find out from other source about areas around palm coast and will let u know.
Comment by Steven Cockerill on January 2, 2010 at 5:18pm
whats the best bait to catch a redfish on shoreline?
Comment by NewAngler on January 1, 2010 at 11:30am
welcome to this group murexmom pls feel free to post u r comments. I fish mostly under the bridge in New Smyrna Beach that the closest salt water spot from around Sanford.The other night which was the 30' dec 09 i had like 6 big trout man was it fun but the season is over but it was still fun and will always be ....
 

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