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“Not so Deadly Catch”

Well we have here in Florida our own Crabbing, not as ferocious as Alaska and not done from a boat but none the less a rock and rolling time. Well there is three types I know you can get in … Continue reading

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Eeeeek BLUEFISH “Get Out of the Water”

Screams of panic, then the action of those screams “the people swimming” running for their lives, as Huge schools of Bluefish are moving North on their Spring migrations and are at consistently 14 to 18 pounds and traveling in numbers … Continue reading

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Mackerel Fishing in south Florida, Where and How to catch them

How to catch Spanish mackerel in South Florida from land. Spanish Mackerel are a fun and challenging fish, you would normally fish with a lighter rod so your fighting technique has to be perfected. This fish has alot of power … Continue reading

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Pompano Fishing the Fall Run

Pompano Fishing the fall run in South Florida Well once they have arrived its just finding a spot and tossing out a rod no big secrets, because its just laid back fishing, those fisher People that love kicking back at … Continue reading

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October – Boatless Fishing Forecast

Pompano-Pompano-Pompano will be here all Month the better days will be a NE wind at about 15 to 18 with a 3 to 5 foot seas, a little murky color to the water does not hurt. Bluefish should be in … Continue reading

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Fishing Snappers Mangrove, Muttons, How to fish and catch them-Snapper Fishing

Snapper ” Mangrove, Yellowtail, Mutton, Lane, Dog “ Snapper are found around rocks, pilings, markers, mangrove roots, and run the beach in the sand sometimes. I mostly catch them on the rocks, Mangroves “lane, dog,”are always found straight down from … Continue reading

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