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Daily fishing report
By ED WALKER
Published October 27, 2005
At last, a solid blast of cooler air has made it through the bay area sending the water temperatures into the mid 70s. As the sediment kicked up by the recent storm settles, fishing should get exciting.
Snook fishing will remain the highlight of flats fishing in the North Pinellas and Pasco area although there may be a brief lull as the fish adjust to the sudden drop in water temperature. Prior to the storm, double digit catches were the norm. For the next few days, the best snook bite will likely be late afternoon when the water is the warmest.
The specked trout action will be best in the early morning, because they prefer the colder water. Redfish are less sensitive and will usually bite at any time, provided they have not been over-worked with fishing pressure.
Having a selection of artificial baits onboard is a good idea this time of year. Scaled sardines often move from one area to another when there are large fluctuations in temperature, and gathering bait can get frustrating and time consuming. Armed with a handful of lures such as soft plastics, spoons, and hard plastic plugs you should have all the bait you need to catch all three species that make up the inshore slam; trout, snook, and redfish.