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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:41 pm 
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Location: Jupiter, FL
Hello Ladies and Gentleman, I'll be fishing from Little Talbot campground this coming week, Sun-Tues. I usually do well here with the low tide (end outgoing/beginning of incoming). Next week the High tide is in the middle of the day and I never seem to do well during that time. My current plan is to just go up Myrtle Creek (toward Nassau sound) during high (maybe a little creek off of Simpson).

Is the best course of action to go up into the grass/little creeks during the high tide? Find a deep hole and soak bait or skip it and fish low/falling tide?

Any tips would be appreciated.

Names Craig and I pedal a yellow Hobie Outback, say Hi if you're out there.


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