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New Year Starting Out With A Chill

Capt. Steven Tejera
January 6, 2010
Flamingo - Saltwater Fishing Report

The new year has started off with some frigid temps for South Florida. Last week we fished mainly with jigs tipped with a live shrimp with the exception of one day that we were able to do some sightfishing and fish with artificial. The jig tipped with live shrimp is without a doubt the hot bait through out the winter time especially when I am fishing creeks, runoffs or deep mangrove shoreline and I want to fish close to the bottom.
Last week wednesday was my last trip of 2009 with Steve and Jose who both were looking to finish the year off with some fun fishing. We spent the morning following the tide, and finding moving water in creeks and runoffs. It paid off and by the end of the day they had caught some nice snook, half a dozen black drum and a redfish all on jigs tipped with shrimp. It was an excellent way to finish off 2009!
I am looking forward to all the great things that this new year has in store for us!

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Tightknots,
Capt. Steven Tejera
www.knottightcharters.com
(305)283-8059

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