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April Forecast

Look for redfish in the creek holes at low tide and on the flats with the incoming water. ¼ oz jig head with a paddle tail or gulp shrimp and jerk baits cast around oyster bars and the grass edges are a great tactic. First thing in the morning or the last hour of the evening top water plugs for redfish, trout and snook. Live bait has been good also. Live shrimp or mud minnows on a popping cork around any structure or grass edge. Dock lights have been hot all month with trout and snook being our most productive species. Use your favorite artificial lures or a free lined shrimp. Don’t forget the mud minnows, they have also been very productive. The tarpon are also beginning to show up in good numbers.

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