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\r\n so I was just curious if any of you guys have had any experience fishing in this area, I would assume it\'s around the same as fishing from gulf shores and Pensacola all the way over to Tallahassee but I\'m inexperienced on the ocean. I would like to catch a few nice redfish. I\'ve attached a picture of a really fishy looking place, just curious if you guys could tell me any sort of tips to help have a productive couple of days, I\'ll plan to be out at the sunrise and sunset on most days next week. The area that I circled on the photo is where the "big red fish lakes" and "little red fish lake" drain into the ocean. Seems like a really great spot and it\'s just a short walk from our condo, I plan on having one 9 foot rod to cast a Carolina rig with bait, and one more shorter rod for casting some swimbaits, and maybe a lightweight rod for popping Cork action, and catching bait with.\r\n
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    so I was just curious if any of you guys have had any experience fishing in this area, I would assume it's around the same as fishing from gulf shores and Pensacola all the way over to Tallahassee but I'm inexperienced on the ocean. I would like to catch a few nice redfish. I've attached a picture of a really fishy looking place, just curious if you guys could tell me any sort of tips to help have a productive couple of days, I'll plan to be out at the sunrise and sunset on most days next week. The area that I circled on the photo is where the "big red fish lakes" and "little red fish lake" drain into the ocean. Seems like a really great spot and it's just a short walk from our condo, I plan on having one 9 foot rod to cast a Carolina rig with bait, and one more shorter rod for casting some swimbaits, and maybe a lightweight rod for popping Cork action, and catching bait with.
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