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Ladies and Gentlemen,
They are here and going to stay here for next several months. If you are in Northern of Brevard County and want to have some fun with pompano, then Play-a-Linda beach is the place. All pomps caught on Frozen shuckle Clam from WalMart, live sand flea probably the best, but I don't have time to look for them. It was falling tide (within 2 hours after high tide). Here is evidence.
 

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good catch again.
I went to the wrong place, Sebastian Inlet, and found no sighting for Pomp but a few small whitings. Also tried for snook but no vail due to the wrong tide. Lot of people thogh with a couple of luck ones landed a couple of slot snooks. More blk drum than any thing else.
 

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Great work. Congrats on the haul.
 

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I fished Jensen BEach last weekend and there were lots of small pomps right on the beach in the wash.

None over 10", but when the water clears up they should be biting. I can't wait til next weekend, it should be good as long as the water clears.
 
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