Gulf Shores fishing

Bill D.

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Been at my beach place for a few days. When we arrived I had rough and cloudy water to deal with making things very slow to unfishable. Yesterday the seas laid down and the water cleared up. The Pompano bite was on. I had my 3 fish limited in the first hour, mixed in with hardheads and rays. I used fresh shrimp and fishbites together on same hooks. Some guys next to me where working a little harder and getting live ghost shrimp to use. They were catching 3 to 1 more than I was. With only a 3 fish limit I don't work very hard. What was a little strange was I only caught one whiting. I usually wear them out trying to catch pomp's.
 

Radioactive

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It's a tough job, but somebody has got to do it!

:)

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Speaking of fishin, in MS, when you hit 65 yrs old, you ( residents ) can get a free "lifetime" fishing license...
 

getakey

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like I said before, this thread is useless without pics
 

Bill D.

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Same here Bill, bedsides they owe me. All those years I lived in GA I would buy non-resident lic to hunt my own land in AL, simply because I sometimes would go on 'family' land next to mine. No chance of getting a ticket, but I still followed the law. Character is doing right when no one will know.
 
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Bill D.

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There you are Get, what fresh caught Pompano looks like...
 

Bill D.

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It's a tough job, but somebody has got to do it!

:)

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Speaking of fishin, in MS, when you hit 65 yrs old, you ( residents ) can get a free "lifetime" fishing license...
You need to come over and fish with me sometime before I get too dang old or just take my dirt nap.
 
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