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Dunedin Causeway

I'm going there to fish tomorrow morning for the first time. Any tips for this rookie? I try not to ask to many location specific questions, but I figure this is anything but a secret spot.
The two best times to fish is when it’s rainin’ and when it ain’t. –Patrick F. McManus

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  • Anclote KeyAnclote Key Posts: 2,354 Officer
    Just got back, and we were skunked. We set up due north from the kayak rental place and waded out to about 3' of water. Tried DOA shrimp under a popping cork, topwater mirrolure, Gulp shrimp, and a couple soft plastic jig heads. The only time I had available was during peak high tide so maybe that had something to do with it. There were some mullet jumping, but nothing liked our offerings.
    The two best times to fish is when it’s rainin’ and when it ain’t. –Patrick F. McManus
  • Trophy-TripsTrophy-Trips Posts: 107 Officer
    Just got back, and we were skunked. We set up due north from the kayak rental place and waded out to about 3' of water. Tried DOA shrimp under a popping cork, topwater mirrolure, Gulp shrimp, and a couple soft plastic jig heads. The only time I had available was during peak high tide so maybe that had something to do with it. There were some mullet jumping, but nothing liked our offerings.

    Bite will be tough after this blow. Usually trout along the north side but with that nasty water yer just wasting your time. After the water clears up and this ripping south wind dies...go out to honeymoon dog beach or the jetty and get yourself a snook.
  • Anclote KeyAnclote Key Posts: 2,354 Officer
    Snook would be nice!
    The two best times to fish is when it’s rainin’ and when it ain’t. –Patrick F. McManus
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