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Old 09-21-2007, 10:34 PM
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If you want reds, look for "broken" marsh and no more than a foot/foot and a half of water. You don't want to fish a straight shoreline - you want to see little clumps of marsh grass scattered. On the surf side, you really don't need to wade out far - no more than the first sandbar, typically. Remember to look for moving water - once the tide stops, usually the fish turn off.
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