26 June 2009

Bass in the Grass

“Generally, the first couple of hours of an ebb tide offer the most consistent, predictable fishing along the marsh banks. As a tide turns and ebbs, it pulls with it an abundance of baitfish that was swept into the marshes during high tide. Many of the creeks, cuts and drains suck water and bait from the marshes, and into the swift waters of the channel. It is at the mouths of these drains that stripers, weakfish, and blues wait, and gorge themselves during outgoing tide, since they provide a real smorgasbord of choice, easy to catch forage.”

Read more in Examiner.com

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