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I'll be vacationing in the ormond beach area the week after next and was curious how the fishing is up there. I'll have a 7' m/f bass rod and will probably pick up a few saltwater lures but I'll be going in blind. Any suggestions? 

Thanks! 

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Sure...I remember 'Sqhertz'


Along Florida's Atlantic coast, April is a great month for Spanish Mackerel, Cobia,

Red Drum and spotted seatrout. I would strongly recommend redfish and seatrout over the others.

Spanish Mackerel can be super right now, but they're run is typically feast or famine.

Back in the 90s, I used to launch in Tomoko State Park above Ormond Beach,

but have no idea what the situation is today.

 

If you have any further questions, just fire away.

 

Roger

 

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Lol thanks

We are meeting up with the in laws will be shore bound with what ever gear we bring. I believe they have bass gear as well so larger game fish and pier fishing may be out if the question. 

Are there any good spots without so much traffic? I'll be throwing some Gulp baits I have and some cut or live bait too. Anything else I should pick up? 

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