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Jetty fishing is a form of shore-based angling that takes place from a jetty, which is a long, narrow structure built to extend into a body of water. Jetties are commonly constructed along coastlines, at the mouth of rivers, or near inlets to protect harbors and shorelines from erosion. Anglers use jetty fishing as a way to access deeper water and target a variety of fish species that congregate around these structures. The technique involves casting lines from the jetty into the surrounding water, targeting fish that are drawn to the structure for feeding or refuge. Jetty fishing provides anglers with the opportunity to catch a diverse range of species, including snook, redfish, flounder, sheepshead, and various types of reef and pelagic fish. The rocky or structure-rich environment of jetties can make for an exciting and challenging fishing experience. Jetty fishing requires sturdy equipment to handle potential encounters with larger and more powerful fish, as well as the ability to navigate rocky terrain. Anglers may use a variety of baits and lures to attract their target species. It is a popular form of fishing for those who prefer shore-based angling with access to deeper waters and a variety of fish habitats.

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