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Pompano Surf Report 10/9

Sea-SquatchSea-Squatch Senior MemberNeptune BeachPosts: 2,109 Captain
I took some fresh dead shrimp down to the beach, after the Jag's loss. The bite wasn't fast, but I did manage to put 3 keeper pomps in the cooler. I used small pieces of shrimp, and tipped them w/ Fishbites clam. No whiting caught. 

I brought home a couple from the JB pier on Friday too.

In the last week, I've seen many pomps caught, and the bite is best during an incoming tide. No sandfleas, and finger mullet are super scarce.

Here's pics from yesterday...


  • Black WaterBlack Water Senior Member East PalatkaPosts: 290 Deckhand
     ;) nice job 
    "Three-fourths of the Earth's surface is water, and one-fourth is land. It is quite clear that the good lord intended us to spend triple the amount of time fishing as taking care of the lawn." :fishing
  • BottomBumpinBottomBumpin Senior Member Jax BeachPosts: 1,927 Captain
    good uns too!  nice work and thanks for the report!
  • BossVossBossVoss Fernadina BeachPosts: 47 Deckhand
    Very nice. I fish Amelia today seeing all the post on FB about everyone catching them lately, and I caught one short pomp with what seemed like 10 world record sail cats. Last of the incoming 7:30-9:30, water was clean until last hour of incoming when the big swells were breaking right on shore and that dirtied it up quick. It was disappointing.
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