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if only they would move into the beach...

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We've all seen it, fish out a few hundred yards just out of casting range. The boats are beating up on them, bird action, etc. They won't move in tight enough..alot of times I see the action out far in the morning, but later in the day those fish are in the wash blitzing.

 

So what are your thoughts as to why they come in close, besides the obvious that they are following the bait? Tide, winds, sunlight, or just the bait trying to get anywhere it can? Some say they come in with the tide, but I've heard and seen bait like peanuts swim against the tide, meaning they would come in at low. Or is it just enough west wind blowing that makes the bait swim in, or the sun going down?

 

PS...the fish are just off the beach right now wink.gif

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Heard I was right on in my prediction. Too bad I'm a wuss and stayed in bed.

 

D.J.

 

I had a real good feeling it was gonna be good but I was stuck at my daughter's school, listening to the "wonderful community service that will be provided by your child" sermon - blah blah blah....

 

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