Saltwater Sportsman - - The Traveling -

North Carolina’s Outer Banks are known stomp­ing grounds for blues, from a cou­ple of pounds to dou­ble-digit weights. Win­ter ac­tion, how­ever, tends to be spo­radic, be­cause the fish are on the move and rarely stage in one place for very long. Cool­ing wa­ter temps push schools of medium to large blue­fish all the way down to Flor­ida, where they en­ter ma­jor in­lets, and even track bait­fish up rivers, like the Lox­a­hatchee.

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