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When fishing for red fish, should I use a spoon, or something else?

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    When fishing for red fish, should I use a spoon, or something else?

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    Fishing in the estuaries I personally like to use shrimp or live fiddler crabs. Just depends on where you're fishing for them and what the fish are biting.

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      Spoons are good, so are jigs tipped with plastic shrimp or curly tails (or real shrimp), or floating lures such as Rapala. Live bait such as shrimp, crabs or baitfish will certainly catch them. The "best" choice depends on location and what the fish are doing.

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      • #4
        I never seem to have luck with spoons. I wonder if I'm fishing them wrong. Do you use a weedless one? Gold or silver? Teach me your Tutuapp 9Apps Showbox ways wise one!

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