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7 hours ago, Iophon said:

I never strike out. Well not often here :) I caught two blues and a mackerel for dinner. I just didn’t get a snook though they were out there. I only use artificials so there are good days and not so good days. Fishing this September is very good this Season, there’s this evening and tomorrow and next week….can’t complain!

I’m all pumped up! I’m heading out the door soon (couldn’t make it this morning, had some honey-dos the wife asked me to attend to). Hopefully afternoons into dusk are as good and the fish aren’t as picky today.

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14 mins ago, Bass2Snook said:

I’ve watched that video a dozen times and it NEVER gets old! 
I guess only tarpon, sharks and jacks crash bait on the surface like that? Snook are more of an underwater attacker?

There is a snook at 0:50 

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5 mins ago, snooker said:

There is a snook at 0:50 

In the car and I just got an alert that you quoted me. I slowed it down to 25% playback speed on YT and DAAAAMN - yep, you’re right, that’s a snook! Nice footage of it! I always thought it was a jack because of the yellow. Thanks!!!

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2 hours ago, Bass2Snook said:

EXACTLY.

 

As I said a few posts ago, I’m really starting to feel that a “good” snook outing during the mullet run is a fish or two. I hope that it’s not like that but it sounds like it is. There’s GOTTA be a consistent technique aside from fishing bait…
Now, you said the other “night”? Was this on the beach in the full dark, or late afternoon?

It was sunset and lasted a good 45 minutes. I did not see any tarpon in the mix, mostly snook.

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2 hours ago, savfish said:

It was sunset and lasted a good 45 minutes. I did not see any tarpon in the mix, mostly snook.

Fished until dark today. I struck out again. A couple of pods of mullet here and there, only saw one smallish “break.” Gotta figure out what I’m doing wrong but I know I don’t have forever.

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Fished Amelia Island last 3 weekends. This past weekend was first mullet in numbers Ive seen there. Nothing on them. Fishing by fort clinch.

Back in New Symrna Beach today. Mullet all over Canaveral National Seashore. Ranger said tarpon have been showing up on and off. I finally hooked up with a decent size shark on a top water, but busted off.

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