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Florida winter shrimping is a popular sport among anglers from January thru June. We chase the brown & pink shrimp at night using dip nets and shrimp lights. The run is intercepted from New Smyrna Beach to Sebastian Inlet. Volusia & Brevard County are the popular hot spots in the State.

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Summer shrimping is a popular Central to North Florida sport among anglers. The summer run starts in S. Daytona - Ormond Beach early July. The length of the run can vary year to year. These shrimp are caught by cast net in the day time on the outgoing tide. As soon as they clear Central Florida, we chase them all the way to Jacksonville into the Fall.

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August is a rainy and wet month that seems to bring the rains when the shrimp are still present in the river. The moons encourage the white shrimp to bury up and molt. The white shrimp will be dropping off in the Volusia and Flagler Counties forcing us to tow to Jacksonville. Brown and Pink shrimp are still being trapped in S. Brevard with moderate success, these spurts will continue thru the month. The rain affects salinity. Scalloping is off the hook in Keaton Beach.