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Inshore fishing is a type of fishing that takes place in the relatively shallow waters near the shore, typically within sight of land. This method is in contrast to offshore fishing, which involves venturing into deeper open waters. Inshore fishing is characterized by targeting fish species that inhabit the coastal or nearshore areas, such as estuaries, bays, flats, and tidal creeks. Anglers engaging in inshore fishing often use smaller boats that are well-suited for navigating shallower waters. The targeted species can vary depending on the geographic location, but common inshore fish include redfish, snook, speckled trout, flounder, and various types of bass. Inshore fishing is popular for its accessibility, as it allows anglers to fish closer to the coastline, making it suitable for those without large offshore vessels. The techniques used in inshore fishing may include casting with light tackle, using live or artificial baits, and navigating through the intricate and shallow features of coastal waters. It is a versatile and enjoyable form of fishing that offers a variety of opportunities for anglers to pursue different species while enjoying the scenic and dynamic coastal environments.

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