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Has anyone fished from the Assawoman Bay in Ocean city?(No joke, that is its name) If so, what would you recommend for fishing t

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  • Has anyone fished from the Assawoman Bay in Ocean city?(No joke, that is its name) If so, what would you recommend for fishing t

    Has anyone fished from the Assawoman Bay in Ocean city?(No joke, that is its name) If so, what would you recommend for fishing the shallower water of the bay?

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    try castnetting for bait in an area near where you plan to fish. Or throw artificial till you find one that catches.

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      When fishing shallower water, it’s best to look for any variation in the bottom structure in order to find your fish. Shallow water fishing will often improve at night when baitfish and game fish can move onto the saltwater flats without becoming a victim of fish hawks or sea gulls.

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        When fishing shallower water, it’s best to look for any variation in the bottom structure in order to find your fish. Shallow water fishing will often improve at night when baitfish and game fish can move onto the saltwater flats without becoming a victim of fish hawks or sea gulls.

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          When fishing shallower water, it’s best to look for any variation in the bottom structure in order to find your fish. Shallow water fishing will often improve at night when baitfish and game fish can move onto the saltwater flats without becoming a victim of fish hawks or sea gulls.

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            When fishing shallower water, it’s best to look for any variation in the bottom structure in order to find your fish. Shallow water fishing will often improve at night when baitfish and game fish can move onto the saltwater flats without becoming a victim of fish hawks or sea gulls.

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              When fishing shallower water, it’s best to look for any variation in the bottom structure in order to find your fish. Shallow water fishing will often improve at night when baitfish and game fish can move onto the saltwater flats without becoming a victim of fish hawks or sea gulls.

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