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Palm Coast Fishing Spring Break Report

Break out you’re topwater plugs because it’s that time of year here in north east florida! Some of my favorite colors for topwater plugs to start with are bone color and lighter natural baitfish colors. The best time to fish a topwater is either very early morning at first light, or late afternoon when the sun is low, also cloudy overcast days can be a great time to fish them.

After the sun comes out and temps start rising it’s time to tie on a 3-4” paddle tail or a suspending bait.

The banks of the intracoastal have been a great place to target a wide variety of fish such as sea trout, flounder, blue fish, and some redfish.

Also we are starting to see some snook showing up around palm coast, docks, seawalls, and bridges can are all great places to target snook. As I talked about earlier a topwater plug can be a great way to feed snook and can also be one of the most exiting ways, paddle tails, jerk baits, live mullet, and also, live shrimp can be productive bites from snook. The sheepshead bite continues, fishing live shrimp or fiddler crabs hooked on a jig head with enough weight to hold bottom can produce bites from those finicky eaters.

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The best places to find sheepshead is around rock piles, bridge pilings , and docks. And let’s not forget about catching a sunrise or a sunset here in palm coast florida as this time of year has some of the best!