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Are croakers biting?

Asked: Samuel Langlois, Last Updated:

I prefer the outgoing tide but they will bite pretty good on the incoming. Precautions: These fish have VERY SHARP gill plates and if you are not careful, your hands will be all cut up by the end of a days fishing for croakers.

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