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    IRL Morning or Evening?

    Been swamped with work and school but I've been wanting to get over to the titusville/canaveral area to get my first red wading the IRL. I was able to fish there a couple times but no real planned trips just a few casts around some docks with no luck. I'm gonna make a trip there sometime this week but wasn't too sure when the best time would be to wade around there. Any other tips for a redfish noob would be greatly appreciated too! lol

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    Talk to jumboshirmp. I have never waded there because I have a boat. For me the morning are better.

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    Get there before daylight and fish until about 9:30 - 10:00. Good luck!!

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    I can't say too much that would be helpful for that far south. The water has been deep and murky and there are sting rays everywhere so be careful. watch out for mud. But as for where to fish down there I don't know much. Typically like fly hooker said though, morning bite will be your best bet. Good luck man!

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    Early am, but even that is slow right now due to moon phase. Fish seemed to turn on around 1030 today, but so did the heat. Indian river in Cocoa is clear. More bait on the east shore, at least today. Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Widespread Panic View Post
    Early am, but even that is slow right now due to moon phase.
    Seasonally....Summer has the coolest water in the gray light of morning...after a rainstorm...and dusk thru the night.

    Full moon = night bite (or a short window at dawn while the moon is still up and is setting)
    There are many roads to travel
    Many things to do.
    Knots to be unraveled
    'fore the darkness falls on you

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    Thanks a lot for the help guys...gonna head out sunday or monday

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