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Dec 31, 2018

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    As bottom feeders, black drum feed heavily on oysters, shrimp, small crabs, clams and mussels. Cut bait and artificials work well when puppy drum are feeding heavy. When you think about all the bait options, the one that is easiest to get your hands on is shrimp.
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    Tripletail FADs | Captain William Toney

    This affinity for floating objects, gunky crab trap rope, pilings and channel markers makes tripletail easy pickings for fishermen. You are essentially sight fishing. As you motor past an object, you take a gander and see if anything is around. If so, you cast a few times and boom, hooked up. Yes and no.
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    Winter Bass Fishing | Lake Guntersville

    Starting at the deepest end is a good way to get the boat position correct the first time. Your job is to thoroughly work the area until you are sure you have covered it completely. Working from the deepest part of the point to the top allows you to be precise and cover all the edges and drops around the point. In most cases, the bass will hold at the bottom of it.
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