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SW Florida Fishing

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2006/11/7 8:32
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Low tides and high winds can make for some tough winter fly fishing on the flats. However when the winds subside and as the tides begin to come in the sight casting for tailing reds has been great fun. Were also finding snook and tarpon up many of the rivers as the migrate towards warmer waters If anyone will be down this way and is interested in booking a trip PM me and I will be happy to send you any information. -Capt. Matt

Current Conditions: 79 degrees with Winds blowing ESE at 9mph

Posted on: 2006/12/13 12:43






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