Guide to Buying Frozen Dead Shrimp in Florida for Fishing

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This video is focused for people who are new to buying dead frozen shrimp for fishing. This video isn't intended for people who are more advanced in f...

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This video is focused for people who are new to buying dead frozen shrimp for fishing. This video isn't intended for people who are more advanced in fishing. Below is a list of bait shops I use as well as addresses to bait and tackle shops where you can buy tackle as well as live or frozen bait and these places are near the Caloosahatchee River.
Shrimp in the summer normally are small at just about every bait shop

Bait Station: 1279 Lavin Ln, North Fort Myers, FL 33917
Sells live bait and tackle

Kathys Bait and Tackle: 13016 Palm Beach Blvd, Fort Myers, FL 33905
Sells live bait and tackle, repairs rods and reels.

My Bait of choice: Dead Frozen Shrimp decent sized ones are nice roughly as long and thick as a cigarette or a little bit bigger but stay away from, Jumbo shrimp.
Don't buy dead frozen shrimp that are orange or pink colored look for a gray silverish color that's a sign these are newly dead shrimp and they're fresh.
Don't buy pre packaged shrimp look for ones in a ziploc bags with a gray/silver color means they're newly dead and the shop took them out of tank to freeze them.
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