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Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report February 2010

GON Staff | January 26, 2010

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. Robert Barnette reports, “January was a slow month with the water temperature dropping below normal. The speckled-trout bite was slow to not at all, although the redfish more than made up for it. Looking forward to February, the water should start to warm to the mid 50s. Look for the trout bite to improve. You should target the deeper spots in the rivers and bays. Mud minnows and plastics fished deep and slow should get you fish. The redfish will continue to school in the ICW. Look for them in the shallows, high on the shell racks and large mud flats. While sight fishing for reds, jerkbaits and cut bait would be my choices. These fish are very spooky this time of the year, so the less noise you make, the better.”

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