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BF’s Quick guide to nailing Big fish on the Keys Bridges

Written by Tom Argue…aka….Boatless Fisherman Boatless fisherman This is a QUICK HOW TO, it will get you started on the bridges in the keys and I am sure you can use this info other places also, I will give you … Continue reading

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BEER, Shrimp nets and Great Friends make great memorys

I have had some great times with Fishing friends and just regular friends shrimping, lots of Laugh, Jokes, and just down right ribbing and drinking. Most nights when they run the wind will be blowing SE at about 16 to … Continue reading

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February – Broward County South Florida Boatless Fishing Report Forecast

Well made it through the lull of January, this month things will definitely start to pick up Boatless fishing wise, End of February marks the start of Spring for our springaling fish. Bait for this months will be the same … Continue reading

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January – Browards Boatless Fishing Forecast

So the New Year Begins. Bait in the water for this month will be Ballyhoo, Thread Herring, Goggle eyes, maybe some Sardines as well. This month is the lull before the Spring run starts to kick in so if we … Continue reading

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Fall kicking in – Are you locked and Loaded 10/10/2010

Well get it together if your not geared up,the fish are arriving and I would suggest to be ready. The smaller migratory species have begun to move in and then the maturer ones come just after. These will be bigger … Continue reading

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June – July Ideas and suggestions for Broward county

Family Fishing Summertime, this is for those Moms and Dads that have plans or ideas of maybe taking the little one or ones fishing during summer break. It’s simple, what ever they catch will be great for them so don’t … Continue reading

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