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Old 05-18-2017, 07:15 PM   #21
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Very nice, I always have trouble fishing the jettys. If I get too close to the water, I slip and fall. How do y'all get the fish over the rocks? Thanks.
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Old 05-18-2017, 08:46 PM   #22
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Very nice, I always have trouble fishing the jettys. If I get too close to the water, I slip and fall. How do y'all get the fish over the rocks? Thanks.
A long handled landing net, length depends on the jetty, or you can just give them the old "heave ho" and hope for the best but you will lose a bunch like that
That net in the photo is a little on the short side but walking a jetty that length handle is a trade off of length for convenience.
I really need to buy or build one with a telescoping handle.
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Old 05-19-2017, 03:39 PM   #23
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Yep. Looks like you have got it figured out! Congrats.
Thanks, LaddH, I hope we do.
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Old 05-19-2017, 04:50 PM   #24
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The wife and I were back at it again last evening, being that i'm on vacation were thought we would try to figure that trout thing out. I think we might be on to something.
27" 6 lbs, nice fish.
are u using a popping cork w/ ur live shrimp? if so, how long is your leader?
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I've seen people hurt bad on the jetties. Dangerous for sure. I wear those keen closed toe sandles and am the guy standing knee deep in water on the rocks. I keep it simple and no net. Two rods, one rigged with wire trace and fat gold spoon for when the smacks come in close and other is trout rod. Pocket of jigs and an extra spoon leader and all I need. It was a lot more squirrlybefore hey paved the top and was better since you had to parkour your whole way. Step on wet grassy granite and you are asking for a bad slip. You can tell after a while if your next step is going to be slippery or not. Be careful and my largest jetty trout have always been taken on large mirrolures, fwiw.
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are u using a popping cork w/ ur live shrimp? if so, how long is your leader?
No, I'm using jigs, different colors depending on what they will take.
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Have you seen any pompano being caught on the jetties?
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Have you seen any pompano being caught on the jetties?
No I haven't Bballman.
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Old 05-20-2017, 03:34 PM   #29
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Have you seen any pompano being caught on the jetties?
You might catch a couple of pompano on shrimp along with the trout but the big pompano bite here is in December.

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