Understanding the jetties is the first part of figuring out how to catch fish along them. They might look like a line of piled-up rocks. For the most part, they are - on the surface, that is. Below the water's surface is where the real structure is located. That's where you'll find pockets in the rocks and deep holes that create eddies and swirling currents. You can bet that when the tide is moving, critters like shrimp, croakers, mullet and piggy perch are going to hold in those eddies and deep holes. Trout and reds won't be far behind.
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