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Old 01-04-2020, 11:46 PM
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I wanted to here from you guys if the shrimp is running, when itís running, and where itís running. Thanks, tight lines.
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Best way to tell is to drag a boat down to the water and go looking. Shrimpers can be notoriously tight lipped. That being said, 2 weeks ago was the first insane any shrimp boats running in the Port of Miami. Haven't seen any since.
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Got to go to be in the know .
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The shrimp were running last night in Miami. I walked the Rickenbacker causeway and saw guys catch 2 dozen or more of nice 3-4 inch shrimp in just about 15-20 minutes. The water was 75 degrees so it might be better when the next cold front comes in tomorrow.
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This weekend is shaping up to be the perfect weekend, thereís a new moon tomorrow, water temps are just right, and thereís a cold front coming through on Saturday.
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You've got to catch the tide right. The other very cold night it was dead and then it suddenly turned on -- if you stayed and froze, you scored.
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Originally Posted by jillybird View Post
You've got to catch the tide right. The other very cold night it was dead and then it suddenly turned on -- if you stayed and froze, you scored.
You gotta time it on the outgoing tide, the shrimp are buried in the mud during the day and the incoming tide so itís no use trying then.
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Has anyone gone out lately? Reports?
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Shrimpers are leaving out of Black Point Channel every day at dusk. I'm sure they aren't all going out and catching nothing.
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Heard it was good last night at gov cut
Ship channel...tide is VERY late for next 5 days/nights...outgoing isnít until almost
1am tonight/ tomorrow
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The shrimp were pumping through yesterday!! Lots of tarpon around!!

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