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This is a little off topic but does anyone know what the scoop is on the inlet? I am heading down next thursday and was wondering if the blues were running yet. any info would be helpful.

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I cant speak for the IR, but I did hear of some blues caught in the oc inlet,,,I would think it would be similar up there.

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Give it a shot with a 3/4 ounce bucktail. Let it go deep and reel in slow, but careful not to loose it in the rocks. I also hear storm lures do well.

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few bass in the inlet now... still decent numbers of trout being cought on the certain tide/in the certain places 8)

some snapper blues running thru the inlet on the incoming...

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few bass in the inlet now... still decent numbers of trout being cought on the certain tide/in the certain places

some snapper blues running thru the inlet on the incoming...

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IRI = Indian River Inlet :-)

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thanks for the help! went on thursday! Caught about 10 blues upto 2.5 lbs. Hooked a trout never caught him . Also hooked the biggest skate of my life. Had a blast.

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What did you catch the bluefish on? Did you try the bucktail?

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yeah i caught them on a white bucktail 1/2 ounce with 2ft of 50# leader and a 2 ounce inline sinker. THe fish were holding extremely deep!

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