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- Fishing Report for June 2016June 7, 2016Right when you think everything is going smooth, boom. A tropical storm hits. Now we’ll spend a couple of days waiting for the bait to gather back up and the water to clean up. The good news is that everything was going really well right up until the storm. Here’s what we we’ve been seeing and what to expect going forward. The Trout are on Cumberland Beach and have been for about 3 weeks now. As usual, it’s in an “on again, off again” pattern and you need the weather to work with you a bit. However, when it’s hot, it’s hot. Fishing the Cumberland beach area for Trout is a great way for novice anglers to get introduced to inshore fishing. You don’t have to have the best casting skills and you can usually expect to get a lot of opportunities. The Shark Fishing has been Nuts and as long as the shrimp boats are working in depths greater than 15 feet, it will probably stay that way. I always like to shark fishing when the shrimp boats are dragging in the deepest water possible and the water clarity is good. That seems to be when the biggest sharks are most cooperative. A lot of folks don’t have any respect for catching sharks …
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