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    Hit the St John's river this weekend and did a little shrimping, we hauled in about 2-3 gal each outing. They're running good currently, mostly mediums, hoping it holds and the high water doesn't push them out. The little ones make good crappie bait too Name:  received_688507194999330.jpg
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    Ive often wondered why a pc of shrimp or a pc of squid would’nt work to sweeten a jig for Crappie?

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    I catch Crappie, bluegill, catfish, shellcracker, rays, redfish, flounder right around there on shrimp or pieces of shrimp all the time. Right now every fish around there has a belly full of shrimp, This is right out of Dunns Creek on the St Johns south of Palatka
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    Great report thanks! love the pic of your daughter tossing the throw net out! Talked to buddy CDC member bymo down there as that is what he has been wanting to do. Thanks good information.

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    Heard reports of them running good in Daytona too, if you like full contact shrimping.


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    Green Cove Springs area has been real good. I have caught limit both times out at night on friends dock. Hopefully they will be bigger after next full moon. I have caught some huge specks while fishing live shrimp under a dock this time of year.

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    Nice report, you should send that pic to Slab for the calendar!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Orion_70 View Post
    I catch Crappie, bluegill, catfish, shellcracker, rays, redfish, flounder right around there on shrimp or pieces of shrimp all the time. Right now every fish around there has a belly full of shrimp, This is right out of Dunns Creek on the St Johns south of Palatka
    Great to know as we have a condo down in Welaka now as our daughter and family live in the Hillard area ! love fishing the St.johns with my tracker 175tf.
    May all the fish tales you catch be longer than the ones you tell !

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    Wish I was down there right now! Great pics, thanks for sharing!

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    Awesome pic. She'll love fishing her whole life. Way to go Dad!!!!

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