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Palm Coast Fishing Report

Fishing has been anything but slow here in palm coast over the past few weeks. With a great variety of fish hiding in creek holes on the lower stages of the tide, this a great time to take advantage of what I like to call “fish in a barrel”. Free lining jumbo live shrimp, head hooked with a size one thin wire circle hook can produce strikes from trout and redfish.
After free lining some shrimp I like to tail hook live shrimp on a 1/4 oz jig head and see if any fish are hanging low in the holes, this is a great way to catch redfish flounder black drum and the occasional sheepshead.
Also colder temps mean clean water here in palm coast and with that being said open flats can be a great place to target schooling redfish. A three inch paddle tail rigged on a 1/8oz jig head is a great bait to target schooling reds with, also a live shrimp on a 1/4oz jig will work great. And for the fly anglers a olive colored shrimp pattern or natural baitfish patterns are sure to fool a hungry redfish.

Capt. Caleb Blackburn