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This area is all about things that can affect the Boatless-Land Fisherman as to State and Local Regulations, Rules that pertain to areas that we may fish and enviromental issues that we need to get involved in. Please read these posts and get invovled. We are stonger in Numbers.
Mahi bite was on fire sat and dead sunday
Affordable offshore trips fir the boat less fishermen
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- Location: wellington, FL
Intracoastal. Mullet were moving. X-rap.
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- Joined: Mon Sep 26, 2011 2:58 pm
- Location: West Palm Beach
Didn't see much of mullet pods in key bridges yet...
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- Joined: Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:58 pm
Yesterday I saw the largest group I have seen so far. Still in the icw and not jumbos. If I would have needed any they were mine.
Had to sacrifce one of my small nets last week. It paid off though, turned them into muttons.
Went back to the same place cuz Ima dumb azz and got some more but the tide was wrong.
You shoulda been here yesterday!!!
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- Joined: Wed Aug 30, 2006 9:52 pm
- Location: Monroe County wannabe
Nothing doing about 1 mile south of commercial blvd yesterday. Clear calm water. Some sandfleas in the wash, Baby pompano and whiting visible in ankle deep water, caught a calico crab by hand. The calm before the run.
- Seasoned Fisher
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thick pods around Boynton Inlet yesterday
- KING MACKEREL
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- Joined: Sat Dec 14, 2013 2:13 pm
anything happenin in broward yet..... just getting over a bad cold been sick since monday.... i got 3 nights to go out this week:)
- GOLIATH GROUPER
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- Location: Davie
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