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Northeast Florida Seatrout Fishing

Outstanding opportunities for spotted seatrout on Florida's northeast coast.

April 19, 2013
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Fan Favorites: The spotted seatrout consistently ranks as one of the most popular fish in the southern U.S.
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Going Artificial: Speckled trout love soft plastic baits of many types; experiment with different colors and patterns to see what’s working best.
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Wading also produces more fish on occasion.
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Hard Plastics: Trout also love hard- plastic swimming lures that imitate the primary baitfish they prey upon in their natural habitat.
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Double Up: Other species inhabit the flats of northeast Florida too, of course, including flounder, always a welcome bonus.
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The best spotted seatrout action in nearly 40 years is happening from Fernandina Beach to Matanzas Inlet. Alan Kikuchi
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