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Don't overlook oyster rakes for spotted seatrout and redfish too. Floating a live shrimp under a popping cork can help anglers to cover the water while seeking a mixed bag bite. Artificials are still working too so try a DOA shrimp or a VUDU bait under a cork as well. Try the float rig on sides of the oyster rakes that have a channel and switch to a mud minnow to induce a strike from a flounder, with several flatfish making appearances on social media photos this year already. Again, don't be shy about prospecting new oyster rakes when you come across them. For the latest seminar information visit the Internet at Haddrell's Point.
Offshore Report: Simon's customers are bringing wahoo back from the deep blue waters off our coast with regularity. Fish in 200 to 400-feet of water and be ready for a few blackfin tuna and dolphin to be in the mix. Within a month from now, the mahi run should be on fire, so be sure to stock up on your ballyhoo now. Also, billfish lures from Black Bart and Fathom need to be rigged up and tuned up ahead of the 2015 Governor's Cup Billfishing Series.
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