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Slobslayer99

North or south end

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 Haven't been up yet this year just wondered where is the more consistent bite at the north end or the south end or everywhere in between 

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It's everywhere, as far as I can tell.  Can't go wrong this year. 

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I hit the reefs out from Garrison last time I was up and it was a little slow.  My buddy has a permi out of Lybecks on the south side and has been hauling in 27+ eyes for two weeks now.  I have also heard the north is on fire.  Like Stick in Mud said, not sure you can make a bad choice.  I'll be hitting the north side next time I go up.

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The further away you can get from the crowds, the better, although there are not too many places that are that crowed right now, but it will get noisy over the weekend. There are a couple of options to get to the mud from the Garrison side, and around to the north toward Red Door, and Barnacles. There is still a great dawn and dusk bite inshore on the east side, but the further you can get out mid day the better.

 

Good Luck     

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Thanks for the info Sculpin giving red door a shot this Saturday

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