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Little Kinsey Castle of St. Augustine set the hook on this 28" Red. Dad seems to have a hand in action too...pardon the pun.

Tight lines and safe journeys to everyone.
 

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What a beautiful little girl and a nice fish, and what a little, tiny fishing rod that she had!
I couldn't believe in Florida you can catch a 28" Drum in such shallow water.
Good job, Kinsey.
 

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pierjunkee,

I guess it depends on what part of Florida you're asking about when it comes to Red Drum. If you want THE definitive answers...please post your question on
Gow ge's Message Board

Little Kinsey caught that Red in the St. Augustine, FL surf using one or our Fishbites Fish'n Strips baits...looks like a Flesh colored one in the picture I have.

Feel free to check 'em out!
 

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Reds can be caught ih water as shallow as a foot, in the keys.
I caught them in 18in here in South Florida.
Shark, Cuda, and others Can be caught in shallow water also.
 

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Hey Guys,
Nice pic!! Thats great to see youngsters enjoying this timeless art of fishing!! That picture should be on tourism brochures!!


Yours in Christ,
Justin Ruble
Richmond,VA
 
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