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Scaled Sardine

AKA: White Bait / Sardina / Pilchard Family: Baitfish

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Scaled Sardine

Scaled Sardine Specifications


Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Offshore / Surf / Inshore
Size: Most common at 3-6 inches.
Fight: Too small to create any fight.
Deliciousness: None
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Still Fishing
Baits: Chum Tackle: Spinning / Cast Net

The Scaled Sardine makes for a good bait fish when targeting Spanish Mackerel and Gag Grouper.

The Scaled Sardine in characterized by a wide bellied body, fading from steely or blue to tan to lighter or silvery along the underside. His fins are short and tail is forked.

These fiah are found in inshore, coastal and offshore waters, usually hanging around some sort of cover or structure.

A bait tippe trot line or a cast net are the prefered method of catching the Pilchard, altho your local baitshop may sell what is called a Pilchard Rings, which is a net made up of small interlocking wired loops, which works like a cast net when used properly.


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Fishing Reports Featuring Scaled Sardine

07/20/16 Crystal River And Homosassa Fishing Report
06/23/15 Tampa Bay Fishing Report 6/4/15
05/15/15 Tampa Bay Fishing Report 3/21/15
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11/25/14 Tampa Bay Fishing Report 11/12/14
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10/25/13 Boca Grande, Fl
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08/19/13 Boca Grande, Fl
05/10/13 Boca Grande, Fl

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