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Port O'Connor fish bite #13637083 07/20/20 03:48 PM
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Good Morning all, I have been dormant on the forum for awhile. With that being said, I am heading to the coast the first weekend in August. Looking for any advice or guidance as this is going to be my first time bay fishing. Thanks in advance.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Grumpy_1] #13637189 07/20/20 05:09 PM
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What boat do you have? Dictates where you can or canโ€™t go.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Grumpy_1] #13637338 07/20/20 06:55 PM
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I have a Tracker ProGuide 175 WT. Deep V hull, 90HP Merc.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Pat Goff] #13637356 07/20/20 07:13 PM
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I have a Tracker ProGuide 175 WT. Deep V hull, 90HP Merc.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Grumpy_1] #13637626 07/20/20 10:24 PM
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I would leave that boat at home. The saltwater corrosion will not be nice to it.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Grumpy_1] #13637629 07/20/20 10:25 PM
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Slinging meat or artificial?
Wader?

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Pat Goff] #13637757 07/21/20 12:19 AM
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Going to try everything except the kitchen sink and waders. Artificial, live shrimp, maybe crabs as well. Only have a day and a half of fishing. Then back to work.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Grumpy_1] #13638548 07/21/20 04:41 PM
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Most of the trout are getting caught wading north shore between long and contee.

Re: Port O'Connor fish bite [Re: Grumpy_1] #13638560 07/21/20 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Grumpy_1
I have a Tracker ProGuide 175 WT. Deep V hull, 90HP Merc.

OP no offense but if you have a painted steel trailer like most of these boats have you're likely gonna regret dipping that trailer in salt water. You can probably save yourself a bucket of money and hire a guide and leave the boat at home.


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