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Last Day SGI

Postby pastorterry » October 2nd, 2020, 9:06 pm

Had to look for a place out of the wind today. Wound up @ Apalachicola. Found a lot of trout. Most were short but is was good to be able to catch a lot of fish! It has been a great week on the Forgotten Coast. Some observations from the week. Z-Man baits out perform Gulp 10-1. Pro Cure Scent works well. Reds like Aqua Dream spoons, a lot, especially Mt. Dew color! Have to leave tomorrow (kicking and screaming) I hope it will not be as long before we get back down!
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Re: Last Day SGI

Postby fishinfool » October 3rd, 2020, 7:42 am

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Re: Last Day SGI

Postby doomtrpr_z71 » October 3rd, 2020, 10:55 am

:thumbup:

Zman is the way, I really need to take the boat to sgi and the cape instead of surf fishing
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Re: Last Day SGI

Postby silverking » October 4th, 2020, 9:49 am

Glad you finished up strong. I had a short trip to Lanark on Thursday and went back again Friday to face the gale. Very slow over there for trout, but the Spanish pods are numerous. Water is clearing some but still has a reddish/orange tint.

Zman uses Pro Cure scents in their lures. You can also buy bottles of the scent to add to other brands, including hard baits. It is actually ground-up bait (shrimp, mullet, crab, etc.) and stays on a lure for several casts before another squirt is needed.

Shields Marina in St. Marks carries it and I believe Kevin's does as well. Good stuff, especially when a little smell can even the odds in difficult conditions. :thumbup:

I used the chartreuse ADL spoons a lot when I was guiding out of Lanark. The watermelon works well, too. The pink ones are good when the water is stained like it is now, but it's never a bad idea to tie on a gold one.
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