Sea Trout Bite

2009-01-05 11:38:24
Clearwater, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
Inter-Coastal
Woody Gore

Started out early to catch the last of an incoming tide. We found a few nice fish and caught a limit using live shrimp. Drifted some grass flats using artificial soft plastic and caught all we wanted. The winds were light for a change which made for a nice drift. If you drift the flats to fish I would suggest purchasing a drift sock or sea anchor. Go big not small depending on your boat size. I have a 24 ft bay boat and i use a 6 foot sock. I slows you down nicely allowing you to fish.

There where plenty of lady fish, blue fish and the occasional pompano to keep things interesting.

Fish Species: Sea Trout
Bait Used: Shrimp
Tackle Used: Spinning
Method Used:
Water Depth: 2-6
Water Temperature: 68
Wind Direction: E/SE
Wind Speed: 5-10
Marty and Zoe
Marty and Zoe

School mates Delton and Zoe
School mates Delton and Zoe

Woody Gore

About The Author: Captain Woody Gore

Company: Captain Woody Gore Charters

Area Reporting: Tampa Bay, Clearwater, St. Petersburg

Bio: Born and raised in Tampa, Capt. Woody developed a passion for fishing as a child and years later, he is still expanding his fishing knowledge base and skill levels. Now with over 50 years of worldwide fishing experience he does everything possible to create an unforgettable and world class fishing adventure.

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