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Another Canal Question

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Hows the fishing for other species?  

Less popular stuff. Scup, togs, whatever.  

 

Got 2 preteen girls and a wife.  That are happy catching just about anything.   

We all fish together. So I usually do my thing and they tag along. 

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4 hours ago, PSegnatelli said:

Hows the fishing for other species?  

Less popular stuff. Scup, togs, whatever.  

 

Got 2 preteen girls and a wife.  That are happy catching just about anything.   

We all fish together. So I usually do my thing and they tag along. 

One thing about the canal is that if you spend the time you can find tog, flounder, fluke ,sea bass all hiding in the water some where. Along with plenty of choggies. Spend some time around the bulkheads and fish pier for starters . Also be prepared to lose some gear until you get all of the particulars in some measure of learning.   I would be re missed if I also  did not mention Blue bullets Mackerel which periodically invade the canal waters during the year as well.       Peace and Prayers

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Strong current and rock bottom will cause you to lose many rigs. Often  more trouble than it is worth.  

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5 mins ago, ged said:

Strong current and rock bottom will cause you to lose many rigs. Often  more trouble than it is worth.  

This is true.......learn to bottom fish around the slack tide times..........That would be when the current turns in the ACoE tide charts........

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5 mins ago, ged said:

Strong current and rock bottom will cause you to lose many rigs. Often  more trouble than it is worth.  

Good points 

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