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When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby SnookDawg » Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:57 pm

Does n e 1 know when shrimp season starts? or when is a good time to catch them @the Hillsboro inlet? me and my dad use to catch a bucket full of fresh shrimp there about 10yrs ago. Just wondering do they still run through there.
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby BoatlessFisherman » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:10 pm

Anytime from Feb to April you never know exactly
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Backwoods123 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:01 pm

just like tommy said you just never know, but if ur presistant and go out there all the time youll catch the shrimp for sure
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby gruntking » Tue Nov 20, 2012 5:50 pm

im thinking in like the next fifteen maybe 20 minutes
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Poseidon10/31 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 7:15 pm

gruntking wrote:im thinking in like the next fifteen maybe 20 minutes

:uplol: haha. They're supposed to run a 5K tomorrow for breast cancer.
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Moose » Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:46 pm

:uplol: wait wait, im missing something, don't shrimp swim? :scratch:
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby krash » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:54 am

If you could predict the shrimp movement you'd be a better person than most of us shrimpers.

It generally around a full or new moon in the cooler months of the year in the SE areas of Florida.
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Poseidon10/31 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:30 pm

When the shrimp run does go down what's the preferred presenting for snook and tarpon? Just enough weight to get em down, free line, float?
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Backwoods123 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:34 pm

all depends bro shrimp run on all depths of the water colum... ive caught snook and tarpon on trollright and shrimp dragging it on the bottom and ive also caught then throwing a shrimp up current freelined and letting him float back... if you can get a chance to fish government cut during the shrimp run fish a trollright and a shrimp throw it as far as you can let it sink a little and reel it slow and you will crush the tarpon...
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Poseidon10/31 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:31 pm

Backwoods123 wrote:all depends bro shrimp run on all depths of the water colum... ive caught snook and tarpon on trollright and shrimp dragging it on the bottom and ive also caught then throwing a shrimp up current freelined and letting him float back... if you can get a chance to fish government cut during the shrimp run fish a trollright and a shrimp throw it as far as you can let it sink a little and reel it slow and you will crush the tarpon...

I've read that the cut is one of the best spots to fish during the run, and you just confirmed exactly what I was planning on doing. Thanks for that. It would be nice if they'd reopen the little pier on the north jetty, but on the other hand it might just draw unwanted crowds. Either way I'm there.
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Re: When Does the Shrimp run @Hillboro Inlet???

Postby Poseidon10/31 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 2:15 pm

rare wrote:
Poseidon10/31 wrote: Thanks for that. It would be nice if they'd reopen the little pier on the north jetty, but on the other hand it might just draw unwanted crowds. Either way I'm there.


One of the reasons why it's closed!!


True. I'm sure the city didn't appreciate all the trash people left behind either. That spot was pretty quiet during the mullet run and I was thankful for that.
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