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Is there and over abundance of 28-31 inch fish this year??

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I have been hitting the beach pretty hard and I have yet not to catch a 28-31 inch fish each time out, have you guys noticed lots of new size slot limit fish this year?? The lure is a 9 inch squid jerk bait:th:

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The big 2015 year class will average about 31 1/2 inches in length, with natural variation resulting in a lot of fish both larger and smaller than that average.

 

So there will be a lot of 28-31 inch fish this season.

 

But I wouldn't call it an "overabundance."

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On 5/19/2023 at 8:05 AM, CWitek said:

The big 2015 year class will average about 31 1/2 inches in length, with natural variation resulting in a lot of fish both larger and smaller than that average.

 

So there will be a lot of 28-31 inch fish this season.

 

But I wouldn't call it an "overabundance."

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Sure, been noticing a similar trend with 28-31 inchers this year. Could be that the baitfish population they're feeding on is high, making them easier to catch. Don't forget to change up your lure sizes, though - sometimes variety can give you the upper hand in different conditions.

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On 5/20/2023 at 6:12 AM, TopRicardo said:

Sure, been noticing a similar trend with 28-31 inchers this year. Could be that the baitfish population they're feeding on is high, making them easier to catch. Don't forget to change up your lure sizes, though - sometimes variety can give you the upper hand in different conditions.

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