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    Anyone speck fish at night around Dunn's Creek/St. Johns? It seems the only time I'm gonna get to fish this year is at night so I figure I'll try it out. Any pointers would be awesome thanksNight Fishing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taterlicious View Post
    Anyone speck fish at night around Dunn's Creek/St. Johns? It seems the only time I'm gonna get to fish this year is at night so I figure I'll try it out. Any pointers would be awesome thanksNight Fishing

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    Not until January when we get to our condo in Welaka, then hope to try some nighttime fishing as well .


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    Went Saturday night for my first night trip, tried the bridge at buffalo bluff. Launched at 8:30, I anchored next to the bridge where the bow was in 14' and the stern was in 8'. Caught a small cat, an eel, and 11 specks, most were over 10" with a few 13's in the mix. We had lots of bites, lost a few trying to swing em in, but overall a fun few hrs. Bite shut down at midnight and we picked up and went to the mouth of Dunn's creek where the boat is sunk and tried it there till 1:30. We were in 18' but the current on that outgoing tide was ripping, we only had 2 bites but we caught the 14" fish I'm holding here. Most of the bites were on kentucky rigs on the top hook, bout 2-3' down with minnows. And we caught 7 fish when M.C. Hammer was jamming on the stereo ( just sayin ), so a fast beat seemed to make em bite lol. I also noticed I caught most of my fish on minnows hooked in the tail. Other than that, weather sucked. It rained lightly half the time so we we're lucky I brought the boat with the T-top, but I'm looking forward to trying new places and dialing them fish in.

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    Nice catch and post.
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    good to hear how you are doing. It's fun to learn about other ways that people use to catch their fish.


    another good day at the office !

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    great hearing it's paying off! I saw a board full of specks at Ga BOys yesterday .. so it's picking up for sure!

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    I LIKE ALL THE DETAILS YOU GIVE ALSO great job
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    Hi attorney. Good to see u
    Quote Originally Posted by Taterlicious View Post
    Went Saturday night for my first night trip, tried the bridge at buffalo bluff. Launched at 8:30, I anchored next to the bridge where the bow was in 14' and the stern was in 8'. Caught a small cat, an eel, and 11 specks, most were over 10" with a few 13's in the mix. We had lots of bites, lost a few trying to swing em in, but overall a fun few hrs. Bite shut down at midnight and we picked up and went to the mouth of Dunn's creek where the boat is sunk and tried it there till 1:30. We were in 18' but the current on that outgoing tide was ripping, we only had 2 bites but we caught the 14" fish I'm holding here. Most of the bites were on kentucky rigs on the top hook, bout 2-3' down with minnows. And we caught 7 fish when M.C. Hammer was jamming on the stereo ( just sayin ), so a fast beat seemed to make em bite lol. I also noticed I caught most of my fish on minnows hooked in the tail. Other than that, weather sucked. It rained lightly half the time so we we're lucky I brought the boat with the T-top, but I'm looking forward to trying new places and dialing them fish in.

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    I mean tator

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