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What's hot: Everything. Normally in January we have backed off the drags on our reels, checked the rod guides for nicks and taken our trolling tackle off the boat until mid March.
By DAVE ZALEWSKI
Published January 8, 2007
What's hot: Everything. Normally in January we have backed off the drags on our reels, checked the rod guides for nicks and taken our trolling tackle off the boat until mid March. But 2007 has come in with a welcome surprise. In addition to excellent bottom fishing, trolling for kingfish and bonita has been as good as during the "season." The midwater artificial reefs such as the Indian Shores and South County have yielded limit catches on most days. Wrecks in 60 to 80 feet are harboring vast quantities of baitfish, and anglers trolling live bait have been sharing equally in success at these spots.
Tip: Trolling a large, gold, small-lipped plug 30 feet behind a No. 3 planer, a blue spoon the same distance behind a No. 2 planer and a small gold plug on the surface over each piece of structure on the midwater reefs or directly over deeper wrecks quickly lets you know if any fish are present.
Dave Zalewski charters the Lucky Too out of Madeira Beach and can be reached at 727 397-8815 or by e-mail at Luckytoo2@aol.com.