Water you described is better for WSB.....

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Posted by Rhino on March 25, 2002 at 12:55:40:

In Reply to: Does dirty and stained water always = T-sharks? posted by Eagle Eye on March 24, 2002 at 08:45:18:

: Last summer the wizard and myself were paddling/trolling along the coast when we hit a small strech of water that was so stained that we couldn't even see our paddle blades in the water. At this same spot we both hooked up with T-sharks. I troll a lot and that's the only time I have ever hooked into a T-shark.

: This Saturday while fishing I noticed that the 55 degree water very stained and wondered if the conditions might be right for T-sharks.

: So my questions are,when you guys start catching T-sharks is the water stained or clear or does it seem to matter and what about the temperature or season?

: Thank John

Southern water have given up T-sharks in conditions you described. If the bait is in the area, get some and live bait or troll lures. If the sharks are there, they will usually show themselves, by stalkiing bait balls on the surface or the occasional jump out of the water,usaully the smaller ones. If they are deeper, get your bait down with lead and fish the bottom.We had better luck in warmer water 61+degrees, that was clean. Pay attention to the signs on the water, lots of bait in an area is a must have, clean warmer water are some of the keys to catching T-sharks. TL Rhino

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