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Heading to Morris Point March 16-19?

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Heading up to morris in late March- first time heading up this late in the season. My biggest concern is location- Any ideas?? Whe usually fish way out deep- does it make more sense to try shallow? Mouth of the river? Do typical presentations still work the best? Anything will help. Thanks guys!!

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yo I am going the same time we will catch the hogs

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late march is awesome fishing.go in the shallows and wait for the hogs to come in.

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We were up in late march last year and did well on the graceton reefs. Just tried out there yesterday and only had a few fish off the edges of the rocks. You should have a good time up at morris the people were pretty friendly.

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