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Great advice from ICM as usual. We haven't had our first "mullet blow" yet this year. Once that happens, actually about the second or third mullet blow, the baitfish will pour out of the inlets, and it's on, for redfish anyways. Usually by early October.
 

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Well, two more "experiences" this past couple of sunrises at Sunset Beach. Unsuccessful both times throwing spoons. Low tides with E to NE winds. First morning at Tubbs and second toward Pier. Saw some spectacular bait chasing something or rather (not dolphins) big fish jumping and twisting full out of surf. King mackerel? But was too far out to cast to.
How big? Could be kings or spinner sharks. Late Aug / early Sep surf fishing isn't usually all that great except occasionally you'll get into some Spanish or small blues that come in close early in the morning. Good time for pompano also before the water cools, but I've never quite cracked the code on those guys. Too bad because they are fun to catch and very good eating.
 
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