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SW Florida Fishing

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Fishing is still great with all species eating flies and bait willingly. Cobia have been seen cruising the flats and Tarpon have been around, heavy at times. Snook are beginning to hit the beaches to spawn and first thing in the morning you can site cast to the cruising hens in 1-2 ft of water. PM or e mail me for more information.

Posted on: 2007/5/15 13:07


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I'll be in Cudjoe Key for a week starting 5/19. Do you know a reliable guide service to do some skiff fishing in the flats?

Posted on: 2007/5/16 15:18


Re: SW Florida Fishing

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Sorry man I dont. If you want to go to Islamorada I could refer you to a couple guys.

Posted on: 2007/5/17 10:33


Re: SW Florida Fishing

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While you're probably looking for a first hand reference...I had never heard of that area (not surprising being from Pa) so I googled and found these two:

http://heliconfishing.com/

http://www.flyfishkeywest.com/

Posted on: 2007/5/17 11:25


Re: SW Florida Fishing

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I just realized that 5/19 is next week. you may have trouble booking a trip on such short notice. Good Luck

Posted on: 2007/5/17 13:49


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Sounds like a wading weekend to me...

Posted on: 2007/5/17 14:28


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Yeah I was thinking about it maybe being too late for a reservation. I do have a 21' boat rented for the week I'm just a little worried about taking it into the flats. Islamorada is probaby what " a 25-30 mile trip from Cujoe"?

Posted on: 2007/5/17 16:32


Re: SW Florida Fishing

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Clarmy, I don’t know what boating experience you have but driving a boat around down here isn’t rowing your grandpas row boat in the lake. I don’t mean to be insulting I’m sorry if it comes across that way. But be careful, depth changes, hidden structures etc... Present boaters with a lot of problems. Its also easy to get lost without a gps. Saltwater boating is a very different experience all together. I see out of state boaters aground all the time. Unfamiliar channels are also an invitation to running aground or ending up on an oyster bed. Try to find a captain, people cancel all the time and you may get lucky. Again Sorry if you know more than I presume you do. I just wanted to give you a heads up.

Posted on: 2007/5/18 9:57






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