On the Water June 7, 2018: Trout are in deeper water and like cut bait

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The recent storm has the inshore waters on the coast pretty dark, even areas that are usually clear are stained or tannin color and are holding some sediment.
Along with the darker water, lots of floating grass has been spread across Apalachee Bay.
Despite all of this the trout fishing has been pretty good, at least on board my boat. We have been fishing deep, 7-9 feet of water, to catch our trout and even finding some nice sized ones out there.
My last two trips we boated a 24- and a 26-inch trout, both of which were caught in deeper water.

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