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    What is the best cut bait for the Pensacola area? #8334 02/10/13 10:58 AM
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    USMCfisher Offline OP
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    I've been using squid that we catch in our cast bet but I guess they've moved out of here, so now we need help. Trying to catch some reds or anything that will put up a good fight, any ideas?

    Re: What is the best cut bait for the Pensacola area? [Re: USMCfisher] #8427 03/03/13 10:59 PM
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    USMCfisher check the forum at It has a lot of guys who fish the Pensacola area. And check out my article on sheepshead fishing

    Sheepshead are great fighting fish and taste good too. Redfish will eat just about anything, so catch some small pinfish and use them for bait, or if you can find them live shrimp or Greenies work well too. You can also try lures for redfish. A bronze spoon is a favorite lure of many anglers, though I prefer the crocodile type spoons myself. And a red jig-head with a white grub body/pink tail works really well.

    The best all-around bait you can use while inshore fishing is a finger mullet of about 6 inches, everything from trout and flounder to redfish and spanish mackerel will eat them.

    Hope this helps, and feel free to ask questions anytime

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