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What is the best bait for Spanish mackerel?

Asked: Paul Andrew Odabashian, Last Updated:

Bait & Lures Spanish mackerel will eat just about anything including sardines, mullet, cut bait, squid, and shrimp. They prefer quickly moving bait, but when they're feeding they are not particularly picky. Seasoned anglers will always keep shiny spoons and other heavy metal lures on hand.

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