Whitey's B&T

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Whitey's B&T

Postby onshore » Mon May 12, 2008 2:16 pm

If your fishing Sebastian Inlet, Melbourne or Wabasso beach or offshore of the inlet, check out Whitey's Bait & Tackle, 9030 So.Hgy A1A, Melbourne Beach, FL.

This is a well-stocked tackle shop catering to shore, surf and boat fishermen fishing Sebastian Inlet, offshore and beaches north and south.
The greatest assortment of fresh and frozen bait, lures, rigs, rods, reels and tackle within a 35 mile radius. And honest information about what's happening at the inlet and on the beaches and offshore.
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Postby bigboyjames11 » Mon May 12, 2008 2:52 pm

fully agree. great place, but they do run out of hand picks on saturdays and sundays because of all the people fishing the inlet on the weekend.
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Re: Whitey's B&T

Postby Bi0tic » Tue Apr 12, 2011 11:27 pm

I have nothing against Whitey's, but definitely not the place to go for rod and reel assortment, especially within 35 miles.
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Re: Whitey's B&T

Postby D&W Customs » Sat Aug 04, 2012 12:52 am

I worked with Whitney here in Virginia in a small family run butcher shop back in the very early 80's. He left there and opened a bait shop on the OBX and then moved to Florida. Great guy and I will look him up for sure this winter when we come down.

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