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Well went to Seabastian Inlet today anyway, since no one could anwser my last thread. Using very small finger mullet fishing from the south side i manage13 Flounder keeping 6 of the biggest.
 

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Just 15 to 18 inches, i guess i did anwser it. Still need to know about those effects of weather on fishing though. Seabastian is a long drive for me. :)
 

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Colder Weather Fishing Strategies
http://home.cfl.rr.com/floridafishing/winter.htm

Bob Stearns' Guide to Fish Temperature Preferences

http://www.saltwatersportsman.com/saltwater/fishing/article/0,12746,418970,00.html

Another Good Article

Factors that affect fishing
http://www.indianriveradventures.com/doug's/factors.htm

If your there and your landing fish your the man Reelbehind .
If your there and your not landing fish your not the man . Who's right or wrong ? Many ideas and thoughts on the subject .:)

Good Luck and hope the info helps you out with your thought on the sub .

P/S I have caught fish on days when people told me your crazy .
Your not going to catch jack sh-t out there the conditions are bad ?????????? Oh Well have done it more then once or twice I tell ya . :p
 

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Great Info Koz! Yes that is about what i was told but went anyway. Just could not find anyone else to go. They all said the cold front will mess up the Flounder for a few day's. I just like to know my chance's before i drive that far. Guess if i don't take a chance i won't get far!:D
 
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