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Catching Winter Convicts

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Winter is here and so far it has been quite mild feeling more like late spring. However the inevitability of colder weather is on the horizon and will change the fishing opportunities in the bay. Once the water temperature gets into the low 60’s the metabolism of most our inshore species will slow down causing them to eat less and therefore become harder to catch. There is one fish that thrives in these cooler conditions and can be caught all over the bay, sheepshead. Like the name implies they have the front teeth of a sheep, stripes of a convict, scales like chainmail, and the most subtle and delicate bite of any fish I have ever fished for.


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Crabby's Fishing Corner - written by Brian Crabtree



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