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Thread: St John's river speck bite.

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    Default St John's river speck bite.

    How's the speck fishin' in area of brevard/volusia in st johns river area?

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    Dono, but the fishin's good on the Harris Chain. It is part of the St Johns Water Shed. Prolly good over there too.
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    I've been fishing in the Welaka area for a week, haven't cracked the code yet, can't find 'em.
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    The only real place I can find them south of there is Lake Kissimmee.

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    Trollers are doing well from the mouth of Lake George to Dexter and woodruff, not many shallow.


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    Northforker, I would suggest a day at Crescent, look for the other boats. If that doesn’t do it, bambislyr hit it on the head. Lots of good history there over the years.
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    PM sent, I will be on Woodruff and Dexter this weekend

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    Never been up that far. Live in titusville and just really go to areas off hwy 46. Which I did good last winter and better in spring. Heard that there are bigger slabs up that way. Looks like it would be great tryin' that out. Might go when I'm on vacation in late February.
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    PM sent, I will be on Woodruff and Dexter this weekend

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    Been jiggin the shallows in between dexter and woodruff the last 4 weekends and done very well, there are plenty shallow
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    [QUOTE=jrot0420;3940298]Been jiggin the shallows in between dexter and woodruff the last 4 weekends and done very well, there are plenty shallow[/QUOTE

    I Like that stretch a lot and had good luck there in the past couple years, if I can keep the Gar off my line, Thanks obtw I fish out of a Red Ohio Bass Tracker give a shout if you see me out there.
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