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Nsb Shrimping Winter/spring

Discussion in 'Shrimping Chatter = Anything To Do With Shrimping' started by Garzipan, Jan 9, 2019.


  1. Garzipan

    Garzipan Junior Member
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    Anyone know if there is anywhere from shore/piers in & around NSB i can shrimp this time of year?
     
  2. bogman102

    bogman102 Seaman

    You can shrimp off the south causeway fishing dock in NSB. It's actually under the south causeway bridge. There is not much running right now and I haven't seen anyone shrimping there yet.
     
  3. Specialist

    Specialist Buccaneer

    You will need an extension on your handle if shrimping under the South causeway though. A normal 10-12 foot handle won't do it. I have seen people attach the handle from a pool vacuum that works pretty well.
     
  4. Saltgasm

    Saltgasm Matey

    Agree, South Causeway on the west side of the inter coastal. That’s the first place I tried shrimping in the area many years ago. I was thrilled when I got about 70 nice sized shrimp in late October the first time I tried. The guys fishing looked at me like I was crazy but we were all surprised.
     
  5. Specialist

    Specialist Buccaneer

    My best night from that fishing pier was 4.5 gals. So needless to say, it can produce good shrimp .
     
  6. creativ44

    creativ44 Pirate

    I agree the Fishing pier under the causeway. It can be a prime area for shrimp moving through.
     

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