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Pompano

AKA: Pompano / Carolina Pompano Family: Jack

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Pompano

Pompano Specifications


Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Offshore / Surf / Inshore
Size: most common at a pound or 2. Lunkers can reach up to 8 pounds.
Fight: Pound for Pound, one of the best. Willing fighter with a hard pull and strong runs.
Deliciousness: Excellent
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing / Casting
Baits: Shrimp / Sand Flea / Crab / Squid / Lures / Flies Tackle: Baitcasting

The Florida Pompano is characterized by a football shape body that is silver with a tinge of yellowing on the underside, the top portion of the body is often a little darker. The dorsal fin is dark while the remaining fins have a yellowish tint. The head is compact and rounded.

Thses fish are found predominatly in the surf, although many are caught in cuts and channels and deeper bays.

Sand Fleas are the ultimate bait, but also will take shrimp both live and dead, as well as cut squid and clam, all comprise the best natural baits, while jigs make for the best artificial bait.


Props Board Pictures of Pompano


32 Lbs. African Pompano
Big Pompano
12" 1.5 Lbs Pompano

Fishing Reports Featuring Pompano

03/18/14 Crystal River And Homosassa
03/18/14 Fort Pierce And Stuart
03/03/14 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
03/03/14 South Indian River Fishing Report 1/31
01/20/14 South Indian River Fishing Report 1/10
01/20/14 South Indian River Fishing Report 1/17
01/09/14 South Indian River Fishing Report 1/2
01/01/14 South Indian River Fishing Report 12/19
12/19/13 December Fishing Forecast
12/19/13 South Indian River Fishing Report 12/7

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