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SHARKS AT ST JOE BAY

Old DogOld Dog Senior MemberSE ALPosts: 560 Officer
I have fished St Joe Bay for a lot of years and always see a shark or two in the spring and summer, but this year I am seeing more sharks than ever, and larger ones. yesterday there were parts of the bay where the term teeming might apply with only a little exaggeration. I know some of you enjoy scalloping so just be careful THEY are out there.

Oh, the trout have been especially hungry the last few times I've fished there, and yesterday the guy with me also caught a 26 inch red. We also picked up some Spanish in the midst of a good trout bite.

After the wet winter and spring the water there is a little stained right now but still better than East Bay and West Bays, or Apalachicola.
OD.

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