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As far as what I know....they are just there. I've caught bass and blues when sea robins are around. I've caught fluke when they are there too.

 

They are a great fluke bait.

 

They are bait thieves.

 

The white section of their bellies can be used as bait....

 

and they're also known for hitting my hopkins....and getting nabbed by my heavier bucktails when I'm bouncing on the bottom.

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I have noticed sea robins to be affraid of bass in any #'s while fishing some back bay type spots I noticed that when there was a larger amount of bass the sea robins tended to hug the shore line in high #'s while you could see and hear the bass busting bait during the night. just my .02 biggrin.gif

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ive noticed as well when there are tons of sea robins there are generally not many bass caught. ive caught fluke an blue fish so i wasnt sure if they went into hiding when the bass were in the area, on the flip side someone told me once when the robins around it just means the waters healthy and theres bait in the water

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View Postwhat exactly does the presence of sea robins mean about the presence of both bait and the bass.

 

nothing.

 

they are delicious though icon14.gif

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