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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 3:37 pm 
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Looking to find out any information on the fishing at Hanna park. Will be camping there the end of June and would like to do some fishing if I can find any good information.

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PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2018 5:20 pm 
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I lived there as a Host Camper for three years. I had a lot of success with fresh dead shrimp in the surf but since then I have learned the best bait for whiting is cut up chunks of whiting. I always made up my own rigs with small corks and circle hooks that float the bait up off the bottom. Today, I use frozen or fresh clams so you target pompano. (Strike Zone on Beach Blvd). The best bet for reds in the surf is fingerling mullet or other small minnows you can catch in the surf. If the surf is calm, you can catch lady fish and other neat fish on artificial shrimps or plugs. Hanna also has a good crop of sand fleas that live in the surf that you can dig up.

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PostPosted: Thu May 03, 2018 7:24 am 
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The lake and small ponds are stocked and although the water looks nasty, theres some nice fish in there. Some big crappie and bass. Also, fish the water thats bubbling up and youll catch a hybrid striper or two.


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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2018 7:01 pm 
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Jwray wrote:
The lake and small ponds are stocked and although the water looks nasty, theres some nice fish in there. Some big crappie and bass. Also, fish the water thats bubbling up and youll catch a hybrid striper or two.


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This. You can do some simple fishing in the small ponds and lakes and catch some honkers. Just watch out for snakes as there are plenty. I’ve only surf fished on the beach side but you can definitely hook up if you can handle the waves. From the surf I’ve caught whiting, jacks, and a decent slot red.


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